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WINIFRED M. BRENNAN 

87 WEST STREET 

RANDOLPH, MASS. 



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THE 1962 



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PUBLISHED BY 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL 



RANDOLPH, MASSACHUSETTS 




In today's society where individualism is carried 
out to great extents in most fields, the school sys- 
tems of the country stand out as examples of 
the product which a team effort can yield. 

The teachers, students and parents all 
work together to produce the complete 
person. 

Come with us now and spend one ^ 

year at Randolph High School, 
as we show you how we work 
together! 

Editor-in-chief 




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The Faculty Who Make Our 
Education Possible 



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Upper Classmen, Under Class- 
men, All Preparing For The 
Future 



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CONTENTS 



Team Efforts Yield Winning 
Seasons 



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Extra Curricular Activities Pro- 
vide Many Hours Of Enjoyment 




Leading the students in a cheer during a rally . . . our spirited cheerleaders. 



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School spirit is not o singular ef- 
fort on the port of a few. It is the 
entire school. We at Randolph are 
proud to salute the loyal students 
who packed our stands while cheer- 
ing Blue Devil teams on to victory. 



A familiar sight the doy before Thanksgiving .. . The 
traditional "Beat O.A." flags, fly high from our flag 
pole. 




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A familiar sight at the games and ral- 
lies . . . Mr. Camara and school mascot, 
Hercules. 




"And another two points for Rondolph." This familiar 
sound causes the students to break out in o tumult of 
applause. 




Gathering after school for 
a Pepsi . . . Peter, Gene, 
Judy, Ruth end Sandy hove 
o quiet chat. 




Students around R.H.S. can be 
found working together in many 
ways. Whether it be for a club, 
or conducting class elections, or 
just socializing, many enjoyable 
hours are spent around the 
school after the 2:15 bell. 



Hurrying to class ore Jerry, Pat, Carolyn, and 
Poul. 




One of the school octivities 
. . . The Oracle provides a 
lot of fun and hard work 
as con be seen here. Part 
of the team checks a lay- 
out. 




"And Roger casts his ballot for . ." Don 

Soidel and Barbara Gore take the ballot during 
a class election. 



Let me out! Peter and Steve are the 
butt of a practical joke pulled by Andy. 




Teacher Appreciation Day has be- 
come an institution at R.H.S. Each 
year one day is set aside to honor the 
hard working men and women who 
comprise our fine faculty. Besides 
this, the students of our school an- 
nually honor two senior girls. One 
is elected as Miss Football and the 
other as Miss Oracle. 




TEACHERS AND STUDENTS ARE HONORED 




Miss Football 1961: Jean McNeil displays 
the bouquet and trophy awarded to her at the 
Miss Football Dance. 



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For 1962, Pot Connolley reigns as our own Miss 
Oracle. Attired in a huge crown and presented with 
a beautiful bouquet, Queen Pat looks radiantly happy. 




Miss Schomer shows a group of her Home Ec. pupils how to properly wrap a candy gift box. 



Teachers and students, students 
and organizations . . . This is a suc- 
cess formula hard to beat. A student 
is able to gain a great deal if he fol- 
lows it. 



Even Oracle editors support The Banner! Looks 
like the girls found quite on interesting caper. 
What about it girls? 





The Guidance Deportment provides Gerry Cootes 
and all students with the information needed on 
colleges. Gerry looks ahead to next year. 



"Gather around everybody" is the invitation 
Steve makes to all the students at our Sonto's 
Dream, as he ploys a tune on the "88." 





THE dedicated men and women who comprise 

our faculty, have transmitted their knowledge 
to us over a four year period of time. Finally 
upon graduation, the pieces fit together and we are ready to 

assume a position in the world. We, 
the students of R.H.S. salute you for the fine work you 
have done, in educating all of us, the leaders 
of tomorrow. 



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OUR PRINCIPAL 






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The man at the head of the high school . . . 
Mr. Gilgan. Always ready with a smile and a kind 
word, Mr. Gilgan has been an inspiration to all 
members of the student body. For this, we the stu- 
dents, salute you. 



Mr. Gilgan manages to add a little bit of humor 
and good cheer to all of our assemblies. 

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Superintendent of schools, Mr. Worren, ad- 
dresses the assemblage of parents and friends 
the night of graduotion. 



Asst. Supt., Mr. Lynch fills out a report 




The secretaries in Mr. War- 
ren's office are busy at work 
helping to run the administra- 
tion. 



ADMINISTRATORS 





Performing a daily ritual . . . our good friend 
and Asst. Principal Mr. Powderly. 



Mrs. Evans always seems to have a smile for 
everyone . . . even when swamped with work. 



The "sunshine girls" in 
office, always with a mil- 
lion thing to do but never 
too busy to help teachers, 
students, and parents. 




GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT TAKES NEW LOOK . 



This year Randolph High School acquired a 
new guidance director . . . Mr. William Casey. 
Under his direction, the Guidance Department 
mode giant strides. Many Deans of Admissions 
from surrounding Colleges and Business schools 
visited Randolph and spoke with the students 
who planned to further their education. The Ca- 
reers program, sponsored by Northeastern Uni- 
versity, again was made available to our school. 
Many interesting speakers from all walks of 
life spoke to the student body about vocations 
and job opportunities. 




Mr. William Casey 

Director of Guidance 



Going over plans for the new year, Mr. Casey, Miss Bennet and Mr. Sullivan join Miss 
Brennan in her office. 






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Miss Winifred Brennan 

,Dean of girls; senior class 
advisor. 




Miss Isabelle Bennet 

Guidance counselor. 




Mr. James Sullivan 

Guidance counselor. 



College board scores are in. Jim Fraser 
knocks apprehensively. 





A cheery smile and a helping hand 
are always available in the Guidance 
offices. Miss Bennet helps a fresh- 
mon select her studies. 





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Miss Martha Foley 

Chairman of the English Dept. 
Future Teachers Club advisor 



The year 1962 saw an expansion in the 
English Department. Four new teachers and 
a new course . . . English Composition, were 
added to aid the students of our school to 
write with clearness, to speak grammatical- 
ly, to listen with attention, and to observe 
for detail and beauty. The Department was 
also fortunate enough to procure the "Hu- 
manities", a series of films dealing with the 
great books and plays of several eras. 




ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 

EXPANDS . . 



Miss Eleanor Brewster 

English, grade II 





Mr. Richard Power 

English, grade 9, 10 

Oracle Advisor, Asst. 

Basketball Coach 



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Mrs. Shelia Russell 

English, grade 9, 10 




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Members of a Sophomore English class 
re-enact a scene from Shakespeare's "Mer- 
chant of Venice." 





Miss Foley reminds us of the importance of reading, not only for school 
but for enjoyment. 



Miss Eleanor Keiley 

English grade 10 
Assembly Committee 








Mrs. Jean Noblin 

English, grodes 9, 10, 11 
Advisor to the Banner 



Mr. John Papa 

English, grade 12 
English Composition grade 12 



Mr. Robert Kondracki 

English, grade 9 

Freshman Advisor; Asst. 

Football Coach 




Mr. Eugene Vellante 

English, grades 10, 12 
Drama Club Advisor 



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LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT ACQUIRES A LAB . 




Miss O'Neil and the Sophomore Accelerated class listen to o French dialogue in the new 
Languoge Lob. 



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The addition of a 30 booth Language Lab- 
oratory brought a multitude of changes to our 
ever growing Language Department. In the Lab 
the student is able to progress at his own speed 
level in French, or the two new languages in 
the department, Spanish and Russian. These 
additions hove enabled us to keep pace with 
modern concepts of education. 



Miss Marguerite O'Neil 

Chairman of the Language 
Department 




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Mr. Arthur Lynch 

Latin, grades 9, 1 

Business Advisor to the 

Banner 



Miss Gail Collins 

French, grades 9, 10 




Mrs. Juonita Jones 

Spanish, grade 9 




Mr. Richard Parsons 

Latin, grades 9, 10, 11, 12 
Russian, grade 9 





Mr. Albert Arsenault 

French, grade 9 



Mr. Arsenault, remembered for his performonces at school rallies, introduces his stu- 
dents to French I. 




Timing his students in first year stenography . . . Mr. Santry. 




BUSINESS DEPARTMENT . . . 



Miss Marion Diemond 

Head of the Business Department 

Office Practice; Bookkeeping; 
Manager of school lunch program 



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Miss Ann Lynch 

Bookkeeping, 1, 2 

Economic Geography 

Asst. Sophomore Class 

Advisor 



Miss Muriel T. Fahey 

Typing, 1; Junior 
Class Advisor 




Mr. Adeline Bernardo 

Junior Business; Business 

Mathematics; Asst. 

Football Coach 





Mr. Richard Underwood 

Salesmanship; Law 
Economics 




Mr. James Santry 

Shorthand; Key Club Advisor; 
Student Council Advisor; Chair- 
man of the Randy Committee. 



Mr. Francis Gilbert 

Consumer Education; Economic 
Geography; Asst. Sophomore 
Class Advisor. 




Miss Rosemary Ryan 

Economic Geography; Asst. Jun- 
ior Class Advisor. 




Miss Helen Rooney 

Typing I 



Mr. Nathaniel Harmon 

Junior Business; Manager 
of school's activities ac- 
counts. 




On the Second floor, East Wing of 
Randolph High, is located a miniature 
Business world. Here, modern Business 
machines of all types and descriptions 
are operated by students who plan to 
pursue a career in the Business Courses 
of all types, from the mysteries of Book- 
keeping I, to the complexities of Office 
Practice, are offered. 




Teaching Business students the mysteries of first year typing is 
the job of Miss Fahey. 



SOCIAL STUDIES KEEP PACE WITH THE NEWS . . . 




During this past year World, National, and 
Local crisises occurred at a rapid pace. Help- 
ing us to understand the complexities of these 
events was the )ob of our History teachers. 
Weekly assignments m current events helped 
us to keep pace with the news. In the Fall 
there was a trip to the U. N., and during the 
town government's transition the Town Man- 
ager spoke to the students. Keeping pace with 
the happenings was the keynote for 1962. 



Mr. Francis O'Brien 

Chairman of the Social Studies 
Department; World History; 
U. S. History; Problems of 
Democracy; Baseball Coach. 







Miss Carolyn DeVoe 

World History 



Mr. Peter J. Chrisom 

U. S. History; W. History; 
Problems of Democracy. 



Mr. Paul Sargent 

Civics; Freshman Basketbal 
coach. 




"Who stole Buchanan" is a fa- 
miliar cry heard in 165, during 
Mr. Chrisom's classes. 




The Berlin crisis 
O'Brien. 



explaining the situation to Ruth and Barry is Mr. 




Mr. Kevin Thomas 

U. S. History; Basketball coach. 





Mr. Pistone peers out 
from behind a pile of 
notebooks to make a 
point during World His- 
tory class. 



Mr. John Pistone 

World History; Track and 
Cross-Country Coach. 




SCIENCE DEPARTMENT GROWS . . . 






Just as there are changes in the world 
of Science each year there were changes 
in our Science Department. Two new 
teachers joined our faculty as Science 
teachers this year. Mr. Bourgeous 
brought knowledge to our youthful Biology 
aspirants, and Mr. Bresnohan presented 
us with the challenge and perplexities of 
Physics. Again the Science Fair was a 
success, and our Oceanographic Lab 
brought many honors to the school. 



Mr. George Crimmins 

Chemistry; General Science; 
Chess Club Advisor. 



Miss Rosemary Woods 

Chemistry; General Science. 




Balancing a scale in 
Physics class is John's 
only concern at the 
moment ... a pure 
study of concentration. 




Chuckle Saunders and Mr. Bourgeous take time out to play with the tonne raccoon. 




Roy Cederholm takes a kilowatt reading during 
^hysics Lab. 




Mr. Joseph Bourgeous 

Biology; Asst. Senior Class Ad- 
visor; Science Fair. 




Mr. Maurice Bresnahan 

Physics; General Science, Na- 
tional Honor Society sponsor; 
Senior Class Advisor. 




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Mr. Williom Gornett 

General Science; Science Fair. 



SPECIALISTS IN ALL FIELDS . . . 




Mr. Joseph Zapustas 

Physical Education; Director of 
Athletics. 




Mrs. Nancy Arns 

Physical Education; Girls Bas- 
ketball Coach. 





Mrs. Elizobeth Tierney 

Remedial Reading; Oracle Bus- 
iness Advisor. 



Mr. Samuel Polio 

raphy; Driver Training; Orocle 
Photography Advisor; Randy 
Awards. 



We at Randolph High School are fortun- 
ate to have expert training in several spe- 
cialized fields. Mr. Polio heads one of the 
finest Art Departments in the state, while 
Mrs. Tierney helps students overcome their 
Reading difficulties end Improve their speed. 
In the field of music Randolph Excells. Un- 
der the tutelage of Mr Lacey our students 
ore constantly being picked for festivals, 
S. E. M. S. B. A., ETC. In the field of Home 
Economics the girls are taught by Miss 
Schomer and Mrs. Strout Whenever we 
hove library assignment we turn to Miss 
Golvin for aid. 



"AND a 1, and o 2 and a 2", Music 
Director Robert Lacey rehearses the 
band prior to Randy Assemblee. 





Miss Patricia Galvin 

Librarian. 




The fine points of Mechanical Drawing are illustrated by Mr. 
Polio. 




Miss Katherine Schemer 

Homemaking; Marriage and 
Family Living; Child Care; 
Foods; F.H.A. Advisor. 






Mrs. Marsha Strout 

Homemaking, 10, 11; F.H.A. 



Mr. Robert Lacey 

Music Director. 



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Mr. Paul Lehtinen 

Algebra I; Review Algebra; Re- 
view Moth; Senior Math; Book 
Supplies. 



MATH DEPARTMENT . . . 



Math has frustrated students for years . . . 
and this one was no exception.. Despite the 
frequent insistence that Math is only com- 
mon sense the RHS students wish that it had 
never been invented. Seniors were given a 
break this year. A review class was offered 
with Trig. But there was no relief in sight for 
Algebra (UGH) and Geometry students. 

A new course and a new teacher were 
added to our Math Department this year. 
Seniors were given an opportunity to take a 
review course in math instead of trig. After 
school sessions in preparation for the College 
Boards were also made available to interested 
students. 





Mr. Philip Saba 

Algebra I; Vorsity Football 
Coach. 



Miss Jean Murphy 

Algebra I, II. 



Mr. Thomas Drey 

Geometry. 




"The square root of this," Mr. 
Lehtinen explains a tough 
problem to Barbara Esterman. 



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TO MR. JAMES H. SANTRY 



As we are about to graduate we think 
back and reflect upon our last four 
years. The names of many teachers and 
friends pass quickly through our minds. 
But there is one name that lingers . . . 
Mr. Santry. At this time we, the class of 
"62" would like to pause and thank you 



Mr. Santry for all that you have done for 
us as a teacher and as a friend. You 
have helped us as advisor to Student 
Council and Key Club, and you have 
done us countless other favors as well. 
Our deepest gratitude for everything . . . 



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The Students Who Shared Their Work, The Fun, 

The Learning, The Sports, And Activities Are 
Not Found in Only One Class. They Work together 

In All Four Classes In Each Of These Endeavors. 



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Gerald Haley 

President 



Fred Hubble 

Vice President 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 





Sally Dean 

Secretary 



Peter McGrath 

Treasurer 



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MESSAGE 



PRESIDENT 




Fellow graduates of Randolph High School! 
Graduation marks the beginning of a most 
important period of our lives. Four years ago 
we embarked on an important journey and 
now this journey is about to culminate in our 
graduation. Throughout these years we have 
learned and achieved many things. 

Scholastically, socially, and athletically 
we have many evidences of a successful voy- 
age, for we hove constantly moved forward 
in all these endeavors. We have proof of our 
rising academic standards as we notice a 
larger number of our graduates entering 
specialized training or higher education. An- 
other step is in the rise in the membership 
of the National Honor Society. This is much 
to our credit and gives us reason for justi- 
fiable pride in our school and classmates. 

Now we shall stand alone to chart a course 
of life. Each one of us has a different po- 
tential. All of us have the necessary tools to 
make us what we wish. To succeed however, 
we must in a manly way put into action the 
tripod of success; love, work, and sacrifice. 

Sacrifice is essential to success. If we 
want to succeed we must be willing to sacri- 
fice. How often have play, recreation, sports, 
idle chatter, and the rest proved more attrac- 
tive than studies? Yet when it was all over, 
what an expensive price to pay. Now we are 
older and more intelligent. We must learn 
to relegate to second place those activities 
which conflict with our success. To enjoy the 
fruit of success, we must work hard. 

So OS we leave the classrooms of Randolph 
High School to take our places in society, we 
feel well prepared for any obstacles that may 
confront us in life's long road. We ore con- 
fident that our school has more than ade- 
quately prepared us. 

As your president, I extend to you my most 
heartfelt wishes for the success of your future. 

Gerald Haley 



CLASS OF '62 



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Ruth A. Andrews 

Ruthie 

"Find her and you will find 
fun." 





David H. Anderson 

Dave 

"Lough and be merry." 





Donald S. Acron 

Nut 

"As likeable a fellow as ever 
we knew." 




Richard F. Baldner 

Dick 

"So much is a man worth as 
he esteems himself." 



Dorothy Bates 

Dottie 

"What a wonderous life this 
is I lead." 




Pamela A. Baker 

Pom 

"Friends are born not mode." 



Nancy E. Baxter 

Nancy 

"Has life greater gifts than 
o fine mind and a sweet mo- 
tive." 



FOUR YEARS HAVE 



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Karen G. Bell 

Panda 

"A merry heart goes all day." 




Robert T. Blanchard 

Blanche 

"None but himself can be 
his parallel." 




Diana M. Belmonte 

Diane 

"My heart is warm with my 
friends." 




Francis J. Bourbeau 

Frank 

"An easy minded soul and 
always was." 




Nancy I. Berry 

Nance 

"Youth is the only season for 
enjoyment." 




Beverly A. Boynton 
Bev 

"Fair was she that maiden of 
seventeen summers." 




ASSED BY . . . 



Merle L. Braveman 

Merle 

"Wisdom is the wealth of the 
wise." 



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Paul V. Bridges 

Paul 

'I laugh for I am happy." 



Stephen C. Brinton 

Stephen 

"Laugh and the world laughs 
with you." 




Jean M. Brown 

Jeannie 

"Knowledge is proud that 
she learned so much." 




Alexander L. Burns 
Lee 

'A nod of on honest man." 



Beverly A. Brown 

Bev 

"She twirls the blues away 
with eose and wears a smile 
most sure to please." 



WITH THEK 




Jerry and Sally search through 
the encyclopedia to gain 



John J. Burns 

Jack 

"He is a true and good com- 
panion all the day." 





Robert W. Cadematori 

Bob 

"His friends are richer for 
his understanding." 






Raymond P. Camelio 

Ray 

"Laughter lightens the heart 
and refreshes the mind." 



Theresa A. Cara 

Terry 

"Silence is more eloquent 
than words." 



Roy F. Cederholm 

Buddy 

"Where there is music there 
can be no harm." 



MANY MEMORIES . . 




Linda A. Chunis 

Chunky 

"Charm is a smile, a pretty 
look, a sweetness in every 
word." 



John W. Churchward 

J. C. 

"Good health and good humor 
are two of I i f e s greatest 
blessings." 





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term paper. 



Helen F. Clark 

Helen 

"A lady in every thing she 
does." 





Marforie E. Cicchini 

Maggie 

"Cheerful, neat, very sweet, 
a pleasure to know, fun to 
meet." 




James L. Cody 

Jimmy 

'The best, he does well.' 





Gerald L. Coates 

Jerry 

"Known with respect, remem- 
bered with friendship." 





Linda P. Clifford 

Lynn 

"Softly speak and sweetly 
smile." 



Charles E. Colson 

Charlie 

"A boy's will is the minds 
will." 




Phyllis J. Cohen 

Fe Fe 

"These lovely eyes, the win- 
dow of the soul." 




Gene D. Cohen 

Gene 

"The secret to success is the 
constancy to purpose." 



Patricia M. Connolly 
Pat 

"A heart as pretty as her 
face." 



. . . OUR BEWILDERMENl 



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Barry M. Cooper 

Coop 

'Quiet but not idle." 




Sandra J. Cummitch 

Sandy 

"She moves like a goddess 
and she looks like a queen." 




Sterling P. Cossaboom 

Coss 

"Music on the spirit gently 
lies." 




Marcia E. Cutler 

Marcia 

"The mildest manners and 
the gentlest heart." 




Marjorie E. Crayton 

Margie 

"A friend to one a friend to 
all." 




Patricia T. D'Agostino 

Pot 

"Our little friend who looks 
through thoughtful eyes." 




^S FRESHMEN 



Joan M. Daley 

Joan 

"The light of love, the puri- 
ty of grace." 



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John W. Doley 
Jay 

"The respect of his friends is 
his truest compliment." 




Lawrence A. Davison 
Al 

"One foot in heaven, the 
other in hot water." 



Robert DeBoe 

Bo 

1 "Life, liberty and the pur- 
suit of happiness." 




Fred L. DeFeo 

Fred 

"His smile was quiet but oil 
called him friend." 



Sally E. Dean 

Sally 

"A girl who majors in friend- 
ship." 



. . . THE RIGORS WE 




The quiet atmosphere of the 
Library lets Mary, Toby, Jean, 



Robert Diemer 
Bob 

"He walks in silence; but is 
a true friend." 





Robert J. Denise 

Bob 

"There was a good sport at 
his making." 






Michele F. DePalma 

Michele 

"Life would be very dull with- 
out her." 



Frank D. DiCenso 

Fronk 

"Life wos made for laughter." 



William J. Doherty 

Bill 

"His life was gentle." 



^CED IN GEOMETRY . . . 




Donna M. Dolan 

Don 

"Sweet language will multi- 
ply friends." 



Lorraine Doolan 

Lorri 

'A merry heart goes all day. 





:kie, and Suson study for 
upcoming finals. 



Kevin Dowling 

Kevin 

'A friend to the human race." 





Marie A. Doyle 

Marie 

"Her choin of friendship has 
many links." 





Goil A. Ellis 

Gail 

"She is a kind girl with qual- 
ities to match." 



Judith M. Evans 

Judy 

To know her is to love her." 






Andrew S. Dulina 

Andy 

"He is o man of splendid 
abilities." 



Harriet L. Finkdstein 

Harriet 

"She does many kindnesses." 




Bruce M. Faring 

Bruce 

"His work was earnest, his 
worth assured." 




George E. Fahey 

Georgie 

"He who is of kind and happy 
nature." 



Stephen T. Foley 

Steve 

"The days of our youth are 
the days of our glory." 



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James Y. Fraser 

Jimmy 

"To be a well favored man i? 
a gift of fortune." 




John T. Freitas ' 

Johnny 

"He regulated his life wise- 

ly." 



PPERCLASSMEN . . . 




Thomas J. Frederickson 

Thomas 

"His cheerful life is what we 
love." 





Barbara J. Freedman 

Barb 

"Full of fun, pleasure to 
know." 



Catherine L. Freidland 

Cathy 

"Silence is golden." 




John S. Fucile 

Johnny 

"Once a gentleman, always 
a gentleman." 




Robert E. Gabardi 

Bob 

'He is true in all rp^nprt<; 



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Joseph R. Gallant 

Joe 

"Great is truth and might 
above all things." 



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Maryann Gillis 

Maryann 

"Dropped from an angel's 
wing." 




Richard S. Codes 

Richie 

"He profits most who serves 
best." 




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Marion L. Gracie 

Grace 

"Her size is not indicative of 
her size." 




Georgianna Gray 

Georgie 

"I have room in my heart 
for every joy." 



. . . OUR FIRS 



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Preparing that ever importont 
document . . . college applica- 



Barbara R. Guion 

Barb 

"True sincerity sends for no 
witnesses." 





Gerald Haley 

Jerry 

"Vocation of every man is to 
serve others." 






Kathleen M. Handrahan 

Kathy 

"No possession is gratifying 
without a companion." 



Lois M. Haynes 

Lou Lou 

"For we that live must please 
to live." 



Dorothy L. Heger 

Dottie 

"A merry companion is music 
on a journey." 



OLLEGE BOARDS . . . 




Catherine T. Heney 

Cathy 

"Laughter is a welcome com- 
panion." 



Robert G. Hicks 

Robert 

"Happy am I; from core I'm 
free." 





ion, Mike shows it to Mr. 
Llosey for the final O.K. 



Marilyn M. Holbrook 

Marny 

"A merry heart moketh a 
cheerful countenance." 





Thomas Hines 

Tom 

"Laughing and having fun is 
my motto." 






Fred F. Hubble 

Russ 

"A social, friendly honest 
man." 



Patricia A. Hudson 

Pat 

"Both amiable and gracious 
in her dealings." 



Norma C. Jacobsen 

Norma 

"Our little one who is so 
kind." 





Jacqueline A. Johnson 

Jacie 

"The noblest mind the best 
contentment has." 





Richard A. Jalkut 

Rich 

"Born for success he seemed." 



Suzanne C. Jayes 

Sue 

"Welcome is the day she 
came." 



Patricia A. Johnson 

Pat 

"A good friend in many 
ways." 



. . . LOOKING FORWARD TO 



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Kevin Kelley 

"All the world is a stage." 




Richard J. Kilroy 

Dick 

"A good sport and a friend 
indeed." 




Michael D. Kelly 

Mike 

"Life has a value only when 
It was something valuable as 
his object." 



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Mary C. Kirkiewicz 

Mary 

"Small in size but great in 
friendship." 




William J. Kelly 

Kell 

"His whole heart was in the 
game." 




Janice L. Knights 

Jan 

"She is good as she is fair." 




OUR SENIOR YEAR . . . 



Judythe H. Kroll 

Judy 

"A helping hand, o sunny 
smile, a friend to treasure all 
the while." 



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I _ 




Mary L. Landrey 

Mary 

"A sweet disposition always 
the same." 



Melodie E. Larson 

Mel 

"As pure in thought as angels 
are." 



Joseph F. Leory 

Joe 

"No one knows what he can 
do until he tries." 





Fred A. Leavitt 

Fred 

"The days of our youth are 
happy ones." 



Bernadette A. Leehan 

Bernie 

"Those lovely eyes the window 
of the soul." 



. . . FINALLY THI 




Lois and Lorraine present their 
work to office manager Frank 



Cheryll A. Lehane 

Cheryll 

"She is full of fun, wit, and 
fire." 





Fred H. Lehto 

Sonny 

"Content I live, this is my 
story." 






Helen M. Leondike 

Helen 

"A quiet mind is nicer than 
a crown." 



Mary A. Lord 

O'Lord 

"If needed she's ready and 
without complaints." 



Ruth A. Lyon 

Ruthie 

'Sweets to the sweet." 



iOAL IS MET . . . 




Michael L. Lyons 

Mike 

"His smile a part of every 
day." • 



Richard T. Mohan 

Rick 

"What would we do without 
him?" 





DiCenso in O.P. for his ap- 
jroval. 



Sheila J. Manuel 

Sheila 

'Sincerely, honest, true to 





Linda L. Malm 

Linda 

"Her hair is not more sunny 
than her hair." 




Peter R. McGarth 

Peret 

'All honor, honesty is he.' 



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Stephen A. McCambly 

Mac 

"To smile at every problem is 
to win the game of life." 



Patricia A. McColium 

Pam 

"Working, smiling to the end 
is she." 








1!1 .. J^... _ _ A 

Margaret R. McNeil 

Peggy 

"We found her a most de- 
lightful sort; a wonderful pal, 
peach of a sport." 




Roger A. McNeil 

Rog 

"A future assured ahead of 
the rest." 



Joseph F. McPhee 

Joe 

"Nothing is impossible to a 
willing heart." 




yf V: 



Jean A. McNeil 

Jeannie 

"Sparkle and spirit, a cheer 
from the start, all lady, all 
winner, she captured our 
hearts." 



...THE YEARS HAVE 



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Margaret A. McPhee 

Peggy 

"Her work was earnest, her 
future was ossured." 




Robert K. Merritt 

Bob 

"He may seen quiet; but his 
eyes deny it." 




Mary A. Mello 

Goo-Chio 

"She talks happiness all 
through the day." 




John Michael 

Johnny 

"He passes and the ladies 
sigh." 




Floyd Merrick 

Butch 

"He works hard to achieve his 
goal." 




Patricia L. Monti 

Mighty Mouse 

"Small in size, but honest and 
true." 




>ASSED SO QUICKLY... 



Peter B. Needham 

Eel 

"Quiet, strong, and handsome 
was he." 



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m r 





Peter A. Needre 

Pete 

"A day that makes us happy 
makes us wise." 




Carol J. Nelson 

Carol 

"Life is not life without de- 
light." 




Marcio L. Noyes 

Preaches Kid 

'Little, but so are pearls." 



John E. O'Brian 

O. B. 

"When do we laugh?" 



Elayna C. Niesen 

Elayna 

"Patience is the best remedy 
for every trouble." 



THE FINALE... PROMi 




Mastering the complexities of 
physics . . . Roy and Fred 



Sigmund E. Ostrowski 

Animal 

"We work, and slave, we aim 
to please." 





Marilyn J. Papp 
Mai 

"Marilyn is always full of 
fun; she laughs and smiles 
at everyone." 






Sally J. Perlman 

Sally 

"Friendship is the breathing 
rose, with sweets in every 
fold." 



. . GRADUATION . . . 



Edward S. Prohaska 

Eddie 

'I live one day at a time." 




David A. Quimby 

Curly Joe 

"A little nonsense now and 
then is relished by the wisest 
men." 



Bruce J. Richards 

Bruce 

"A good name is better to 
me than riches." 




Clifton G. Rideout 

Cliff 

'Carefree and happy am I." 




watch the temperature rise on 
their mercury thermometer. 



Paul V. Rollo 

Paul 

'He is a man of honesty." 





Elaine M. Rintone 

Elaine 

"The magic of her foce." 






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Susan D. Ruddick 

Susan 

"Life would be very dull with- 
out her." 



Everett G. Schaner 

The Fisherman 

"The scholar is the student 
of the world." 



Paul L. Schneider 

Paul 

"He who has a thousand 
friends." 






Helen M. Sieve 

Helen 

"Sweet and silent." 



Susan L. Silver 

Sue 

"The most wasted day of all 
is that on which we have not 
laughed." 



Arden H. Silverman 

Ardie 

"Style is the dress of thought. 




Toby L. Schwartz 

Toby 

"Here is a girl full of art 
and grace." 



. . . A LITTLE SADNESS 



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Gerald S. Skeen 

Jerry 

"Steel strong and blade 
straight." 





Lynne A. Smith 

Lynne 

"A smiie from her bright 
eyes." 




Daved J. Spiers 

Dave 

"Happy is he who is content. 



John C. Stanley 


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John 


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"As welcome as the morning 


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when he came." 

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Ruth P. Stephens 




Ruthie 



"Twos the thinking of others 
made you think of her." 




Barbara J. Stokes 

Barb 

"She is as merry as the day 
is long." 




^1 OUR HEARTS . . . 



Steven J. Stone 

Stony 

"Without music life would be 
a mistake." 



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Carolyn E. Strickland 

Carolyn 

"She was all heart and sen- 
sibility." 



Michael S. Swartz 

Mike 

"Be merry and happy all day 
through." 




Norman G. Tardiff 

Norm 

"To love the game beyond the 
prize. 





Jeanne L. Theberge 

Jeannie 

"Quiet and pretty is she.' 



Paul A. Toffoloni 

Toff 

"Youth is the only season of 
enjoyment." 



A study of concentration 




GOING OUT^ 



Pauline J. Tower 

Judy 

"Silence is more musical than 
any song." 





Marilyn A. Traverse 

Lynn 

"Her sunny disposition would 
worm the coldest days." 





V ' 




George J. Traynor 

George 


Lois A. Valente 

Lois 


John R. Wallace 

Richie 


"Where there's a will, there's 
a way; he has both seniors 
say." 


"A pleasing girl with pleasing 
manners." 


"He who is of kind and happy 
nature." 



,hn Freitas during band rehearsal. 




Kathleen L. Walsh 

Kathy 

"Never changing, alwoys 
pleasing." 




Linda L. Weinberg 

Chink 

"An attractive mind an un- 
spotted fame." 




O FACE THE WORLD . . . 



William B. Wilbur 

Bill 

"He is always smiling and 
fun to know." 





Marcio A. Wilbur 

Marsh 

"Thou has wit as well." 






Janet A. Wrigley 

Jan 

"A pretty girl is as welcome 
as a guest." 



Donna A. Young 

Donna 

"She is all deeds, not words." 



Howard Young 

Wee How 

"A fellow of infinite jest." 





John Zanga 

Johnny 

"His friends are nnany, worries 
few." 



Robert S. Zapustas 

Bob 

"Youth is full of sport." 



. . . KNOWING WE HAVE RECEIVED 



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The lost and proudest moment 
or vocation . . . 



Graduation. On the threshold toward college 



HE CORRECT START HERE 



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SENIOR 



> 




V 



Best Dressed. 

Susan Ruddick and John Michaels 



Most Likely to Succeed. 

Gene Cohen and Carolyn Strickland 





Most Popular. 

Jean McNeil and Normon Tardiff 



Best Dancers. 

Margie Crayton and Gerry Coates 




Best Natured. 

Susan Silver 

and 
Andy Dulina 



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Best Students 

Gene Cohen and Phyllis Cohen 



SUPERLATIVES 





Best Leaders 

Jean McNeil and Jerry Haley 



Friendliest 

Susan Ruddick 

and 
Paul Toffoloni 





Most Athletic 

Margaret McPhee and Norman Tardiff 



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Most Musical 

Judy Evans and Roy Cederhoim 



SENIOR 




HONORS 




JUNIORS . 




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Room 104 
Seal-ed L. to R., Row 1 — E. Austin, J. Cosagrande, M. Callahan, N. Adams, J. Burke, C. 
Benson, J. Beatty, S. Brown. Row 2 — V. Chase, S. Conrad, A. Cohen, K. Smith, E. Bedard, 
P. Colarusso, R. Blakely. Row 3 — R. Antonino, D. Clements, J. Canavan, F. Hart, J. 
Balewicz, J. Campbell, A. Brinton, S. Calish. 

Room 101 
Seated L. to R., Row 1 — C. S. Nelson, C. Myllmaki, J. MacDonald, K. Manson, J. MacLeod, 
S. Mahon, G. Hendrickson, G. Moron, C. MacDonald, P. Moore. Row 2 — M. Monroe, E. 
Manganiel'lo, V. Hordahl, H. Lee, G. Milewski, J. McCue, E. Maguire, S. McCambly, A. 
Malfa. Row 3 — A. Murphy, W. Maloof, A. Maguire, R. Connors, F. Hordahl, W. MacDonald, 
P. Gilgan, E. Mace, A. Melia. 




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MEXT IN LINE 




Room 103 
Seated L. to R., Row 1 — E. Gardner, F. Dolan, L. Fisherman, J. Cutting, E. Froser, M. 
Finkel, A. Coughlin, M. Fahey, H. Fitzgerald, L. Donnelly. Row 2 — L. Curtis, C. Davison, 
S. Gaynor, L. Danieli, J. Cristoferi, M. Dolan, S. Fox, S. Eraser, S. Curro, M. Favreau. 
Row 3 — M, Gabordi, W. Flynn, W. Duffy, J. Crasco, M. Flennming, D. Frank, B. Deane, W. 
Cottle, G. Dalianis, T. Fucile. 

Room 102 

Seated L. to R., Row 1 — C. MacDonald, S. Hutton, B. Hoffman, E. Kampner, G. Kneeland, 
A. Jasie, M. Leavitt, B. Harrigan, K. Haley, D. Hayward. Row 2 — C. Hull, R. Leondike, M. 
Geller, C. Lewando, C. Goodmon, B. Lynch, A. Nataro, S. Goodman, P. Greenberg, P. Gilbert, 
N. Hill. Row 3 — J. Hernandez, D. Hooglan, R. Goldman, R. Kelly, R. Giannini, C. Kemp, J. 
Jacobson. 



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Room 217 

Seated L. to R., Row 1 — L. Stanley, P. Swanson, N. VanOrden, B. Thompson, D, Wentzell, 
M. Wilson, G. Winters, D. Wadon, J, Smart. Row 2 — J. Dooley, E. Snapper, D. Stewart, A. 
Tantillo, J, Tiews, J. Truelson, J. Stewart, D. Smith, M. Gallagher, D. Rhodes. Row 3 — 
W. West, J. Tardanico, T. Verzone, F. Wilson, T. Turner, M. Vaughn, J. Spellman, G. 
Swartz. 

Room 166 
Seated L. to R., Row 1 — L. Teed, D. Ostrowski, R. Thompson, A. Stokes, A. Shea, L. Seoverns, 
J. Thayer, J. Parker, D. Rielly, L. Stroul. Row 2 — L. Scibetta, P. Stanley, R. St. Germain, R. 
Powers, T. Roe, M. Sarno, L. Shevory. Row 3 — D. Soidel, L. Skogland, A. Perakslis, A. 
Sopher, K. Osborne, F. Swanson, E. Sandler, M. Solomon, B. Rochin, D. Powers. 





Room 167 

Seated L. to R., Row 1 — D. Barnes, P. Wells, J. Zimmerman, P. Burns, C. Arey, P. Brewster, 
D. Almon, B. Wosserman, D. Wiley. Row 2 — J. Adams, E. Warnick, L. Abert, P. Barkhouse, 
B. Barkhouse, H. Atkins, P. Angeleri, C. Boynton, P. Tobin, J. Zirngiebel. Row 3 — H. Bionch- 
ord, J. Brack, R. Zapustas, F. Azzariti, G. Battite, R. Zack, B. Brown, J. Atkins. Missing — 
A. Weiner, R. Yenofsky, M. Wallace, F. Bums, R. Wallace, F. Wilding, M. Walsh, D. Annand. 

Room 165 
Seoted L. to R., Row 1 — P. Creighton, J. Cooke, R. Crowley, M. DeFeo, J. Butler, C. Chaff in, 
R. Coughlin, M. Dixon, I. Chapman. Row 2 — D. Casper, M. Curry, D. DeSisto, P. Diorio, M. 
Cord, D. Dolon, P. Cicciu, G. Cote, C. Dibbern. Row 3 — D. DeFelice, E. Cummings, J. 
Diemer, P. Clapp, S. Burwell, E. Cummings, M. Cartwright, J. DiAuto, S. Collins. 




WAITING TO BECOME 




Room 168 
Seated L. to R., Row 1 — G. Faring, M. Fix, E. Dornlas, J. Finstein, K. Driscoll, S. Foley, N. 
Ferraro, G. Genereux, D. Elsemiller, J. Drummey. Row 2 — J. Eorle, S. Fisher, B. Esterman, 
J. Gaviani, C. Foley, C. Freeman, E. Ducharme, F. Eloma, J. Floyd, L. Gallant, N. Flaherty. 
Row 3 — E. Fucoli, N. Fine, H. Freedman, W. Froncis, K. Ekmon, M. Feldman, M. Fox, 
R. Grass, G. Falcone. 



Room 201 
Seated L. to R., Row 1 — D. Goren, B. Gore, D. Harrington, N. Gilde, S. Lone, S. Handrohan, 
C. Hall, M. Guminski. Row 2 — L. Guion, K. Heger, B. Gilman, B. Hyman, W. Heney, C. 
Hammond. Row 3 — J. Harrington, G. Harrington, W. Hesford, D. Gill, D. Lyon, D. Hardy, 
W. Hardy. 




JPPERCLASSMEN 




Room 218 
Seated L. to R., Row 1 — E. Knights, S. Linardos, A. Larsen, K. Larson, P. Librocquy, B. Le- 
vitan, L. Hoeg, D. Hylen. Row 2 — S. Keddy, A. Lipus, R. Kalitsis, L. Lerro, E. Jalkut, S. 
Kelly, D. Hyman, O. Jimoulis, M. Holbrook, D. Kemp, E. Kurlitis, C. Leighton, D. Keough. 
Row 3 — J. Landy, R. Leombruno, J. Leary, J. O'Brien, N. Kiddey, E. Lehto, L. Lefton, G. 
Ramoska, J. White, J. Leehan, H. Knights, P. Lauricella, J. Hurley. 

Room 214 
Seated L. to R., Row 1 — J. Marzinzik, M. May, S. Mahoney, V. Murphy, J. Noblin, L. 
Murphy, E. London, A. Lund, M. McNeil, M. McGrory. Row 2 — M. Moore, V. McGowan, 
M. McLaughlin, E. McSolia, R. Mugherini, E. Melegian, E. Myllmaki, R. Doyle, M. Mc- 
Conn, D. McNeil, C. Maitino. Row 3 — R. Myers, R. McKenzie, A, Niesen, S. McCoy, D. 
Nelson, P. Maccini, S. McNeely, M. Lurie, G. McNeil, F. Moron. 





Room 216 
Seoted L. to R., Row 1 — D. Pike, P. Roode, D. Rosenberg, D. Pink, C. Shabo, J. O'Laughlin, 
L. Beomon, M. Parker, A. Sadler. Row 2 — B. Peters, J. Perakolis, C. O'Brien, S. Singer, J. 
Ryan, R. Porter, C. Pocius, A. Pennington, C. Phillips, K. Powers, N. Serriello, C. Schwartz, 
A. Quimby, J. Queenon. Row 3 — J. Pinkham, J. Pfister, S. Skeen, W. Silson, L. Parkewski, 
R. Prout, S. Silverstein, D. Reed, L. Parkin. 

Room 238 

Seated L. to R., Row 1 — J. Wrigley, P. Doyle, G. Abramson, C. Apromollo, K. Anderson, R. 
Almond, S. Forte, P. Popp. Row 2 — J. Tower, D. Arnao, M. Prokup, M. Stepner, R. Ander- 
son, H. Bagge, D. Usavicus, R. Butts, B. Wise. Row 3 — R. Argetes, J. Aiello, M. Ayers, 
J. Zqx, N. Zaccordi, J. Young, W. Almon. 





Room 247 
Seated L. to R., Row 1 — B. Blonchard, R, Berry, J. Shack, M. Boltimore, M. Tyndel, S. 
Browne, J. Betti. Row 2 — S. Beamon, S. Barnes, D. Barkhouse, J. Bernard, J. Betti, P. Beem, 
H. Bergeron, N. Beremon. Row 3 — F. Benson, S. Berg, R. Baker, F. Baker, R. Ycros, R. 
Berenson. 

Room 219 
Seated L. to R., Row 1 — L. McCambly, B. Condlin, K. Connors, L. Brusinski, J. Caseldon, 
L. Lieuranei, V. Ciochini, R. Bowler, C. Cedrone, M. Camelio. Row 2 — R. Ciardi, R. Burke, 

C. Bucuvalas, J. Concannon, R. Callahan, J. Connors, D. Chapman, T. Burns, P. Carlino, R. 
Colorusso, R. Blotner, A. Cerrato. Row 3 — N. Bourbeau, C. Cervullo, M. Contardo, G. Conrad, 

D. Connolly, J. Boutin, J. Connolly, T. Clark, P. Brooks, W. Clements, J. Bullock, S. Cadoff, 
J. Brewster. 




FRESHMEN BEGIN 




Room 232 

Seoted L. to R., Row 1 — C. Costello, C. Dolloff, K. Graham, M. Elliott, P. Dovin, J. Ellis, 
E. DeBoer, W. East, M. Drury. Row 2 — E. Crompton, J. DeCourcey, R. Cutler, S. DIott, A. 
Downing, J. Damon, D. Dombrowski, L. Deane, C. Fasoli, M. Dale. Row 3 — T. DeSisto, J. 
Diorio, D, Diauto, W. Faring, D. Doherty, S. Downing, R. DiSimone, A. Cooper, M. Crone, 
R. Curran, R. Connolly. 

Room 241 
Seoted L. to R., Row 1 — R. Lang, B. Fearer, J. Fernald, L. Fenton, K. Faunce, E. Greenlun, 
M. Flanagan. Row 2 — S. Gaynor, A. Green, R. Green, J. Green, H. Firth, R. Govan, A. Gal- 
lagher, W. Flood, G. Ferrano. Row 3 — J. Foley, C. Lebroquy, W. Fistory, S. Goodman, J. 
Franklin, P. Goffney, W. Frances, R. Fitzgerald, H. Giesler. 




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THE UPHILL CLIMB 




Room 242 

Seated L. to R., Row 1 — I. Groshy, J. Jones, V. Griffin, A. Kelly, D. Hayes, A. Katler, H. 
Hesed, S. Karp. Row 2 — M. Hennessey, J. Hutchinson, D. Hoching, D. Handrahon, C. 
Hamilton, D. Hamilton, L. Jeffrey, B. Hansen, D. Gulaynski, P. Hayes, L. Kay, A. Higgins, 
D, Higgins, R. Johnson. Row 3 — P. Howard, D. Handrahon, G. Hartman, R. Keane, P. 
Hemenway, V. Gablonski, R. Kuse, K. Haskell, S. Halosz, P. Hazzard, C. Henry, P. Dalanius, 
J. Hortman. 

Room 233 
Seated L. to R., Row 1 — K. Kirkzegard, M. LeBlanc, T. LeBlanc, E. Mahoney, P. MacDonold, 
P. Lane, M. Killey, B. Mandelville. Row 2 — J. Kelley, P. Lee, E. Lord, G. Mallard, J. Mac- 
Allister, W. Lane, M. Lyons. Row 3 — P. Kyer, S. Leiboritz, J. Leavitts, M. MacLeod, R. 
Mann, F. Levinson, R. King, W. LeVangie, F. Kendall. 



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Room 235 

Meaney, A. Maxwell, J. Moriatz, R. Melia, M. McClroy, B. 

E. McGrory, J. Michaelson. Row 2 — J. Mednick, J. Nadlemon, L. 

McMenimon, E. McCarthy, D. McKenzie, J. Murphy, P. Neilsen, B. 
Merkel. Row 3 — E. Metzler, D. Murphy, J. McHarrle, I. Merrilles, S. Needre, P. Morin, 
P. Needham, P. McGeown, R. Nelson, C. Murphy, G. Cotter, M. McGrath. 



Seated L. to R., Row 1 — M. 

McNeil, M. McPhee, 
Moore, J. Nobiin, W. 



Room 246 

Seated L. to R., Row 1 — M. Ridley, M. O'Neil, C. Quill, R. Petitpas, A. Port, M. Pedell, 

N. Paulding. Row 2 — A. Poretsky, J. Pink, M. O'Haro, L. Parker, A. Ricchio, J. O'Brien, L. 

Pinto, E. O'Brien, R. Petitpas. Row 3 — L. Putnam, W. O'Neil, T. Pooler, V. Pochay, S. 
Prenovitz, L. Parker. 





Room 240 

Seated L. to R., Row 1 — L. Sandler, B. Rood, N. Sandler, M. Sheavonie, M. Smith, E. Spiers, 
B. Schwartz, M. Salinis, J. Seive, C. Spring. Row 2 — P. Staples, B. Saroni, C. Hotnick, R. 
Suriello, F. Schultz, A. Rubin, P. Ruddick, S. Spigil, T. Spiro, L. Segal, P. Spiro, B. Saba, 
A. Sontagate. Row 3 — W. Saidel, P. Schultz, E. Shippard, A. Smith, R. Small, C. Staaf, R. 
Rosenberg, A. Stack, R. Seaveru*; 



Room 249 
Seated L. to R., Row 1 — N. Wilde, A. Whitcher, L. Victorine, A. Wusteney, B. Vikri, A. 
Webber, M. Welsh, N. Wells. Row 2 — J. Steele, S. Warner, J, Wescott, J. Stoltz, P. Tanner, 
R. Stocks, M. Wingler, W. Tophan, S. Winchell, J. Walsh. Row 3 — R. Stewart, R. Sullivan, 
A. Zompieri, T. Wilson, B. Sullivan, R. Strickland, H. West, R. Welch, F. Weinberg. 




HANDS WORKING 





The freshmon class officers are Sec- 
retory Ruth Lyons, Vice President 



Our capable and effecient sophomore class officers are Pres- 
ident Robert Goss, Secretary Mary Lou McNeil, Vice President 
Buddy Francis, and Treosurer Arthur Lichenstein. 




The line up . . . the 1 1 o'clock bell means lunch to 
the underclass students who have gathered here in the 
cafeteria waiting to be served. 




The helping honds of our Librarian Miss 
Galvin assist Freshman William Saidel who 
can't locate a book. 



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TOGETHER 



• • • 




Paul Morin, President Loreen Kay, 
and Treasurer Leslie Gallagher. 



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Leading the junior class for 1962 were Ruth Hayward — 
Treasurer, Beth Harrigan — Secretary, John Cambell — Vice 
President, and Mike Gabardi — President. 




Our sophomores receive invaluable training in the art 
of typing . . . their measure of accuracy ... a time 
test. 



Finding time to pause between classes and 
clean out their lockers are Fred Wilson 
and Gail Generauy. 



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Mr. George Simon, instructor of shop 
mechanics. 



Mr. Edword Terrenzi, class room instruc- 
tor. 



VOCATIONAL SHOP 




Boys who are interested in mechanics may qualify for 
our vocational shop by taking on examination. They re- 
ceive training in all automotive and classroom fields. Boys 
who are graduated from our shop receive top jobs as me- 
chanics. The quality of instruction is seen through the sec- 
ond place finish in the trouble shooting contest last year. 
In this contest a team of boys hod to diagnose mechanical 
troubles and repair them as quickly as possible. 



Training in the classroom is equally important 
to shop work, and G. Mahoney listens intently to 
Mr, Terrenzi. 




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Bob Mahoney and Alan Kroufus do repair work on a cor in 
the shop. 




Jim LaFratta works on a 
car which has been placed 
on the hydraulic lift. 



Future mechanics prepare 
for one of Mr. Terrenzi's 
classes. 





Mike Dembrowski and Bill O'Connell dismantle c steering wheel under the 
direction of Mr. Simon. 



Larry McCormick seems to be o little puz- 
zled at the cidss problem. Figure it out 
Lorry? 



Two of our senior mechanics Don 
Acorn and Bob Diener replace a bat- 
tery on one of our teacher's cars. 



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ON THE Athletic field or in the gym, team work is 
the Key matter. Games are seldom won by only an individual's 

effort. Instead it is a smooth, precision 
working group of athletes, playing in unison as a team, 

that brings victories to our school . . . 
For all to be proud. 



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FOOTBALL TEAM THRILLS THE CROWDS 



The Randolph Blue Devils under the 
capable direction of Head Coach Phil Saba 
end Assistant Coach Len Bernardo thrilled 
the crowds with some fine football and 
steadfast determination despite four tough 
losses at the end of the season. 

Through the fine efforts of all schol. 
back Norm Tardiff, the team's leading 



ground gainer, and other hard driving Blue 
Devils like all schol. guard Bill Kelly, end 
Gerry Coates, this year's team was able to 
show its strength and potential in every 
gome, to the hearty approval of the cheer- 
ing fans. 




Sweeping end in the O.A. game Steve McCambly 
picks up 5 yards. 




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Our two co-captoins and our fine coaching staff . . 
Paul Schneider, Mr. Saba, Norm Tardiff, and Mr. 
Bernardo. 



Crashing through the line against Bridgewater . . . Buddy 
Hart is over for the TD. 



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Our 1962 Blue Devils; Bock Row: Rick Mohan, Arthur 
Lichenstein, Danny Gill, Kevin Kelley, Bob Blanchard, 
Howie Young, Buddy Hart, Barry Needhom, Bob Ca- 
dermartori, Butch Merrick, Jim Fraser, Steve McCambly, 
Bill Maloof, Dave Spiers, Richie Zapustas, Norm Tardiff, 
Mgr. Vitanliano. Front' Row: Bill Silson, Mike Flem- 



ing, Herbie Devine, Arthur Melia, Tommy Ray, Rich 
Gianini, Ed Mace, Bill Kelly, Ed McGuire, Chickie Duf- 
fy, Harry Knights, Ray Camelio, Howard Lee, Jake 
Diauto, Gerry Skeen, Les Rubin, Paul Schneider, Sig 
Ostrowski. 






SCOREBOARD 


1 


Randolph 


40 


Middleboro 


6 


Randolph 


26 


Bridgewater 


6 


Randolph 


34 


Rockland 


6 


Randolph 


24 


Whitman-Hansor 


1 


Randolph 


34 


Silver Lake 





Randolph 


20 


Scituate 


24 


Randolph 


8 


Plymouth 


14 


Randolph 





Abington 


8 


Randolph 


9 


Oliver Ames 


14 



Star halfback for 
the Blue Devils this 
Past Season — 
Norm Tardiff 



VARSITY BASKETBALIl 



Under the able direction of Coach 
Kevin Thomas, new to the school, but 
not to basketball by any means, the 
Randolph Hoopsters managed to 
emerge from a tough season with a 
formidable record, despite several 
heart breaking defeats, some coming 
in the lost seconds of a hard-fought 
game. The team proved it's worth 
through the hard working efforts of 
Senior Co-captains Norm Tardiff and 
Bob Zopusto, high scoring Junior For- 
ward Fran Hart, and many other out- 
standing players who, through team- 
work and good sportsmanship brought 
the team to a position of respect and 
admiration, with high hopes for next 
year. 



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A time out, and a huddle for players and coach 
to plot the strategy. 



Our Basketball Team for 1962: Row 
1, L. to R., Ron Zack, Barry Need- 
ham, Co-Captains Norm Tardiff and 
Bobby Zapustas, Fran Hart, and Fred 
Swanson. Row 2, Coach Thomas, Bob- 
by Denise, Richie Zapustas, John 
Sawczuk, Manager Paul Toffoloni. 



Blue Devils led by Norm Tardiff surround Canton play- 
ers trying to grab the rebound, and a possible 2 points. 





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BLUE DEVILS WIN HOCKAMOCIJ 




League Champions 1961: Bock Row: Coach Mr. O'Brien, 
Ron Zack, Mickey Fleming, Arthur McGuire, Barry 
Needham, Mike Connoley, Norm Tardiff, Dennis 



Welch, Bucky Walker Mgr Front Row: Alan Knox, 
Mike Gabardi, Bob Denise, Fran McFadden, Alan Sil- 
verman, Roly Young, Tom Stevenson, Steve McCambly. 





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One of the best double play combinations in the league 
to be life savers in crucial innings. 



McCambly to Denise proved 



CHAMPIONSHIP AGAIN 



The year 1961 proved to be an eventful 
one for the R.H.S. baseball team. Under the 
able coaching of Mr. O'Brien, the team fin- 
ished with a nine-two record thanks to the 
fine hitting of catcher Norm Tordiff and 
brilliant pitching of Barry Needham, the Blue 



Devils defeated No. Reading in the first state 
tournament game but suffered a tough loss 
to Milford despite some fine ball-playing. 

Nevertheless the Diamond Kings proved 
their great potential and look forward to an- 
other outstanding season this year. 




Norm Tardiff and Mr. O'Brien look over this season's 
schedule. 




Sophomore standout Ron Zack about to catch 
a high fly. 



Randolph 


8 


Randolph 


6 


Randolph 


5 


Randolph 


1 


Randolph 


17 


Randolph 


15 


Randolph 


5 



BASEBALL SCOREBOARD 

9 Westwood Randolph 1 7 

5 Stoughton Randolph 2 

1 Sharon Randolph 5 

2 Foxboro Rondoiph 1 1 

3 Mansfield 

8 Stoughton Randolph 1 1 

2 Oliver Ames Randolph 1 



5 Oliver Ames 

Sharon 

8 Franklin 

4 No. Reading 

TOURNAMENT 

4 No. Reading 

17 Milford 



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TRACK TEAMS BRII 



The cross-country teem experienced anoth- 
er fine season despite a loss to Quincy, which 
broke the team's record of 1 8 undefeated 
dual meets 

Through the outstanding efforts of record- 
breaker Bob Powers and fellow teammate 
Mike Lyons, the R.H.S. Harriers were able 
to place in the top five at State Meet, and 
South Short Meet. 

The team showed great potential in such 
runners as Nick Zaccardi, Don Saidei, Cap- 
tain Ken Smith, and several other promising 
members. 




Buddy Hart shows the form which won him first place in many 
spring meets. 




Cross-Country team 1961; L to R: John Noblin, Larry Porker, Joseph Laurasello, Robert 
Powers, Robert Fletcher, Fred Swonson, co-copts. Mike Lyons, and Ken Smith, Nick Zaccardi, 
Ken Peterson, Don Saidei, Rich Godes, Coach Mr. Pistone. 



CONORS HOME TO R.H.S. 



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Spring Track 1961: Back Row: Coach Pistone, Tony Berrymon, Joe Allen, Buddy Hart, 
Mark Hoffman, Mike Lyons, Don Soidel. Front Row: Dove Spiers, Bob Powers, Bruce Gale, 
Bob Burwood, Jim Fraser, Gerry Coates, Rich Godes, Lee Boms, Barry Cooper. 





Doily ritual of spring track . 
Gerry do sprints. 



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Gerry Coates takes the lead in the Hurdles dur- 
ing a spring track meet. 



AND LOOKIN^'1 




Varsity hopefuls for 1963: First Row: L. to R., Ed. Cum- 
mings, Jim Dragsdale, Ronnie Rosenburg, Joe Balewecz, 
Mattie Fox, Bob Gass. 2nd Row: Mr. Power, Bob Char- 



ron, John Leary, Bill Silson, George Falconi, Frank 
Morvan, Jack Wolch. (Missing Don Gill). 



Freshman and Junior Varsity teams all had 
winning seasons this year. This gives us 
cause to look ahead to promising talent 
for varsity teams in the very near future. 




Ronnie Rosenburg goes high 
in the air to sink a two 
pointer against Canton. 



Scrambling for the loose ball 
against 0. A. is Joe Bale- 
wicz. 



D THE FUTURE 



Freshmen basketball players for 1962 
line up with their Coach Mr. Sargent. 
The boys had a great season and look 
forward to next year's J. V. squad. 





Share holders of a fine freshmen football season: 
L. To R. John Brewster, Russel Callahan, Russel 
Sullivan, Fred Baker, Joe Boutin, Charlie Bucavalis, 
Richard Curran, Dennis Connoiey. Row 2 L. to R. 
Richard Connors, Ed Lord, Bob Seaverens, James 
Franklin, Ray Di Simone, John Bullock, William 
Fistori, Bruce Needham, Tommy Wilson, Joe Jello, 
Norman Bourbeau, Pete Hemingway, Brian Sullivan, 
Bobby Sullivan, Wayne Faring, Mr. Kendacki. 



One of our freshmen ball players who showed a lot 
of promise is Bob Gavin, shown here working the 
clock while Coach Sargent looks on. 



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A SAMP LB 




Driving in for that 2 point field goal . . . Buddy Hart scores 
again for Randolph. 



Steve McCombly leaps high to snag a 
wild throw while a rival slider tries to 
break up the potential double play. 






DF OUR FINEST . . . 





Head Coach Mr. Saba looks on in concern during the 
Scituate game. 



Bobby Zapustas struggles to snag a rebound during 
a scramble under the boards. 



End, Barry Needham stretches high, but to 
no avail as the pass goes over his head. 




Star pitcher of the Hockamock league . . . Barry 
Needham shows the form which helped him 
win so many games. 




Publishing The Oracle and the Banner, giving service 

to th eschool through the Key Club ... All these 
and many other school activities require teamwork. 

Many enjoyable hours are spent by students 
working together to make their activity the best. 



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RANDOLPH'S STUDENT 




STUDENT COUNCIL 



The binding link between Students and Teachers are 
the Student Council members who ore from left to right; 
Billy Saidel, Treasurer, Mauren McGory, Secretary; Don 
Saidel, Vice-President; Jean McNeil, President; second 



row: Carolyn Strickland, Janet Noblin, Mickey Flem- 
ing, Arlene Porestky; third row: Barvara Gore, Phyllis 
Cohen, Judy Cassagrande, Winifred East; fourth row: 
Virginia Griffin, Ann Jasse, Gail Faring. 



The capable, the trustworthy, the generous, 
the person who leads this symbolizes our Stu- 
dent Council! Organizer and leader of such 
programs as Teacher Appreciation Day, Teacher 
of the Year Award, Student for a Day, the 
Christmas Homeroom Decoration program, the 
$100 scholarship award the Council has brought 
Randolph High the honor of receiving a certi- 
ficate of Achievement from the Better Homes 
and Gardens. This organization is unique in 
that it is put up for the purpose of promoting 
better teacher-student understanding. Mr. San- 
try reveals great wisdom and understanding in 
his guidance to the Council. With an attentive 
ear and a helping hand the Student Council 
listens to any problems from Mr. Gilgan or our 
youngest freshman. Our Council is an example 
equalled by few! 



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OVERNMENT 




Our roving ambassadors of good will the Student Exchange: 
seated: Majorie Crayton, Phyllis Cohen, Carolyn Strick- 
land, Jerry Haley, standing; Mr. O'Brien, Gene Cohen. 



Student Council officers try to get Maureen 
in the Christmas mood. They are Jean McNeil, 
President; Williom Saidel, Treasurer; Donald 
Saidel, Vice-President; Maureen McGory, Sec- 
retary. 



Mr. James Santry, our Student 
Council odvisor. 



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Council award . . . Teacher of the Year. 



SERVICE ABOVE 




The members of the Key Club are: bock row from left 

to right: Richard Jalkut, Helen Leondike, Harriet Fin- 
kelstein, Toby Swartz, Ann Marie Lantillo, Pauline 
Moore, Joan Needlemon, Richard Godes. Second row: 
Lee Burns, Susan Fox, Donna Dolan, Joan MacLeod, Pat 
Johnston, Marlene Finkel, Sandra Cummitch, Judy Kroll, 



Janice Goldberg, Sally Pearlman, Louise Seaverns, Mich- 
eal Kelly. First row: Mr. Santry, advisor; Linda Malm, 
Marjorle Crayton, Secretary; Andy Dulina, President; 
philis Cohen, Vice-President; Linda Chunis, Carolyn 
Strickland, Georgianna Gray, Roger McNeil. 






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The Key Club has come to mean service 
to all who receive its helping hand at Ran- 
dolph High School and elsewhere. Elected by 
the Student Council on the basis of their 
work, the various duties range from early 
morning sentry duty in the auditorium and 
lunch room clean up detail, to hospital vol- 
unteer work. This year's club boasts the 
largest membership yet — a true example of 
how mature, responsible students work to- 
gether for the benefit of all! 




One of our outstanding Junior spell- 
ers, Joan McLeod, Keeps us posted on 
the coming week's activities. 



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AND BEYOND 




Chosen for outstonding service to the school are the citizens 
of the month for September through December. Left to right: 
Jean McNeil, Gene Cohen, Richard Jalkut, Carolyn Strickland. 



Mr. Santry and the Key Club officers prepare 
for another meeting. Left to right: Richard 
Jolkut (substituting for Peter McGrath), Margie 
Crayton, Mr. Santry, Phyllis Cohen, and Andy 
Dulina. 



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Our early morning sentries; Linda 
and Georgianna remind Leslie Ru- 
bin that the 7:45 bell has not 
rung. 



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NATIONAIJ 




Members of National Honor Society from left to right, 
back row: ArtlviH' Mealic, Gene Cohen, Peter Mc- 
Groth, Lois Schoglard, Roy Cederholm, Bruce Faring, 
Everett Schaner, Richard Jalkut, Fred Swanson, Mich- 
eal Kelly, Don Saidel, Roger McNeil, second row: 
Richard Godes, Helen Leondike, Patricia Colorusso, 
Sally Pecrlman, Judy Cassengrande, Phyllis Cohen, 



Ruth Stephens, Jean Brown, Sandy Mutton, Dionne 
Hcyward, Margaret McPhee, Marjorie Crayton, Fred 
Hubble, ffrst row: Gail Ellis, Merle Broverman, Mr. 
Bresnohan, advisor; Phyllis Wells, Nancy Baxter, 
Sandy Cummitch, Mary Tallafass, Carolyn Strick- 
land, Judy Kroll, Linda Malm. 



Under the capable direction of the new ad- 
visor, Mr. Bresnohan, the National Honor 
Society continues to give recognition to the 
top student for Scholarship . . . Leadership 
. . . Character . . . Service. Mr. Bresnohan 
has brought with him a different system of 
procedure. In addition to the usual four of- 
fices led by President, Gene Cohen, there is 
an elected executive board of three members 



to help officers and on advisory committee 
of four which will help the director screen 
applicants for admission to the Honor So- 
ciety. Under this plan all who fulfill require- 
ments may apply for admission and top can- 
didates may be chosen. Proudly our members 
carry out the admirable tradition of this, the 
Joseph Daly Chapter of the National Honor 
Society. 



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Our new Honor Society advisor, Mr. Bresnohan, outlines plans for the coming 
year to Judy, Mike, Mary and Fed. 



The National Honor Society officers for 1 962 pose with advisor Mr. Bresnahan, left to right, 
Don Saidel, Fred Hubble, Everett Schaner, Gene Cohen, Lino Malm, Mary Tallafass, and 
Roy Cederholm. 



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The Banner staff of 1961-1962. Front row from left 

to right: Mrs. Noblin (literary advisor), Edward Myll- 
maki, Pauline Moore, Donald Soidel (Feature editor), 
Toby Schwartz (associated editor), Bruce Faring (editor), 
Lee Burns (news editor), Marilyn McAuley (business 
manager), Patricia McCollum (secretary), Lester Lefton, 
Mr. Arthur Lynch (business advisor). Second row, left 
to right: Barbara Esterman, Donna McNeill, Susan Nai- 
mon, Carol Schwartz, Dianne Hyman, Janet Marzinoick, 



Lorraine Doolan, Frances Dolan, Carol Shobe, Phyllis 
Wells, Mary Fahey, Alfredo Stokes, Sandra Goodman, 
Phyllis Papp, Donna Smith, Mary Lord, Winifred East, 
Dorothy Dolan, Shelia Manuel. Rear row, left to right: 
Joan Pink, Margaret Drury, Janet Bernard, Steven Silver- 
„ A.tu.,, A/^i:„ K/:^k^=i cio^;„„ Walter Hesford, 



stein, Arthur Melia, . 

Philip Blaine, Norman Fine, i_eon 

Denise Keongh, Arlene Poretsky 



Michael Fleming, . . , 

Fine, Leon Parkin, Joan Zirgiebel, 



The Banner editors sur- 
round Bruce and Mrs. 



Once again the Blue and White Banner has 
successfully come through a harrowing year of 
dead-lines, last minute reports, press confer- 
ences, and meetings. Financially, the Bonner 
went over the top to an economic victory as 
well as winning many prizes at the New Eng- 
land Press Conference. Editors participated in 
the Boston Globe and Boston Herald Press Con- 
ference. Despite all this work there is time for 
fun — that being the Annual Banner Dance 
and the First Annual Fashion Show. 

Many years of success to you, the Blue and 
White Banner! 



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Phil Blaine takes a break at the R.H.S. newstond to ex- 
ploin his editorial to puzzled Marilyn McCauley. 



"Of course it's better than the 
New York Times" says Toby. 



Bobby Denis types out his sports copy for the 
up coming edition. 



Noblin as they inspect the "new" Banner. 



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We work together hardest and best of all 
to give you our year "1962." Starting out this 
year with not only a new staff, but also a new 
advisor, ours has been a year of learning to- 
gether OS well OS working together. The mil- 
lions of pictures, layouts, new ideas, copy, dead- 
lines and budget limits provided us with many 
hours of hordwork, arguments, and fun. The 
success of our two dances and our fabulous 
five days at the New York convention gave us 
the big boost we needed to carry us over the 
times we felt close to failure . . . and so we 
give to you a pxjrt of each of us in "we work 
together" . . . "1962." 




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The Oracle Team, Richard Jolkut and Mr. Power, row 2, Beverly Brown. Harriet Finkelstein, 
Donno Dolan, : isan Ruddick, Linda Chunis, Judy Kroll, Georgianna Gray, Peret McGrath, 
Carolyn Stricklond, Linda Malm, Roy Cederholm, Phyllis Cohen, Andy Dulina, and Gene 
Cohen. 



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ORACLE EDITORS 




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ORACLE EDITORS 

Editor-in-chief Richard Jalkut 

Business Manager Gene Cohen 

Advertising Manager ....'. Judy Kroll 

Senior Editors 

Georgianna Gray 
Peter McGrath 

Sports Editor Andy Dulina 

Faculty Editor Linda Malm 

Activities Editors 

Carolyn Strickland 
Sally Dean 

Feature Editor Phyllis Cohen 

Secretaries 

Donna Dolan 
Harriet Finklestein 
Underclass Editor Jean McNeil 





One of Carolyn's funny captions 
causes Roy Cederholm to break up 
during one of the meetings. 



Sorting, sorting, and more sorting is 
the order of business for the day for 
Oracle Editors Linda, Carolyn, Sally, 
and Rich, as they try to select the 
best pictures. 






ORACLE BUSINESS STAFF 



"Another bill!" Judy hands over to Gene 
one of the never ending expenses of run- 
ning a yearbook. 




The heart of the business section 
of the Oracle is our own Mrs. Tier- 
ney, who is olways after us to 
"get those ads". 



Oracle Boosters 

L. to R. Sitting, Row 1 — Stanley Burwell, Ginny Cotty — Schwortz, Janet Marsenzik, Claire Dibbon, Donna Mc- 

Vice-President, Gail Faring — President, Elizabeth Jalkut, Neil, Carol Hall, Lorene Lenton, Donna Arneo, Jo-Anne 

Steve Silverstein. L. to R. Standing — Susan Warner, El- Stalkes, Ann Lund, Cheryl Cedroni, Marie McPhee, Lo- 

len Crompton, Dorothy Dolan, Carol Shabo, Carol reen Kay, Maureen Riley, Katrine Kirkegard. 



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Our bookkeepers are: from L. to R., Row 1 — J. Mac- 
Donald, C. Haley, G. Cohen — Business Manager, Mrs. 
Tierney — Business Advisor, J. Kroll — Assistant Business 
Manager, M. Tailafass, S. Hutton, M. Swartz. Row 2 — 



T. Seortz, S. Goodman, S. Conrad, R. Blakly, C. Mac- 
Donald, M. Geller, R. Lyon, L. Stroul, J. Goldberg, B. 
Harrigan, K. Mansen, V. Chase, C. Nelson, P. Moore, 
A. Mumbler, G. Moron, S. Fox, M. Finkle. 



The power behind the machine, the go- 
getters of our staff, the Oracle Business De- 
partment. This staff made all their tasks 
seem small by coming through in a big way 
with ads, pledges, countless names for our 
Booster and Parents' Page, and the millions 
of details in arranging for Miss Oracle's big 
night. With Mrs. Tierney pulling the Oracle 
through some financial "hot spots" by her 
pep talks and shrewd managing, we finolly 
made it! To this hard working team we ex- 
press our thanks for making our dream 
"Oracle 1962" a reality. 



Two of our hard working Oracle 
Boosters, Bonnie Jaikut, and Gail Far- 
ing, sell an Oracle to a sophomore 
student, Dicky Leombruno. 

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THE BAND 

The football games provided the setting in 
which the band displayed its musical talent this 
year. Directed by Mr. Lacey, a new and "pro- 
fessional" looking half-time show was always 
sure to please the sports fans. 

Around the school the band holds annual 
concerts, and the marches, show tunes, and 
semi-classical music is always well applauded 
by the substantial and appreciative audience. 

In addition some of our band members are 
always selected as representatives to the Dis- 
trict and State Competition. Their performance 
reveals the fine music training offered at Ran- 
dolph High School. 

The activity-filled year is concluded by the 
Spring Festival and Memorial Day Parade. 
Students and citizens alike praise the band, 
and this hard working group deserves it. 



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"Rhapsody in Blue", a fomiliar sound on Randy Day is pfayed by Randolph's own version 
of the Boston Symphony, under the direction of Mr. Locey. 




Members of the Bond Are; 1st Row, L. to R., Roy Cederholm, Kent Osborne, Bernard Browly, 
Marsha LeBlonc, Philip Blaine, Fred Hubble. Row 2, L. to R.: Steve Brinton, Alan Zampere, 
Sally Dean, Donald Doherety, Mary Ellen Holbrooks, Wally Hesford. Row 3, L. to R.: Jerilyn 
Truelson, Joseph Connolly, Eric Metzler, Mike Gabardi, Cheryl Wells, Richard Nelson. Row 
4: Eliot Sandler, Donald Lyon, John Freitas, David DiAuto, Richard Leombruno. Row 5: Ster- 
ling Cossaboom, Steve Stone, Pete Moccini, Tom Verzone, Barry Rachin, Fred DeFeo. Row 6: 
Steve Downing, Joan Ziringerbell, Charles Foley, Frank Benson, William Flood, Reno Berry. 
Row 7: Jean Thayer, Angela Malfa, Louise Seaverens, Janice Berry, Helen Bergeron. Row 8: 
Elaine Gardner, Donna Arnao, Joyce Zimmerman, Beth Harrigan, Ann Bowler. 



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Providing Musical entertainm' 
at our dances and assemblies, 
dance band hos brought many h' 



Their voices echoing across the vast audi- 
torium this year, our chorus members were 
the stars of many assemblies. Discarding the 
familiar chorus robes, Mr. Lacey and his 
group of fine singers delighted a Christmas 
assembly gathering with a "sing along" type 
of show. The stage was adorned with a Christ- 
mas tree, stockings, and the R.H.S. chorus, 
all of which provided for a most enjoyable 
afternoon. 




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HE R. H. S. CHORUS 




Row 1; L. to R., Mr. Lacey, M. DeFeo, 0. Jimoulis, B. 
Esterman, M. Parker, J, Ziringibel, K. Walsh, N. Gilde, 
B. Leuitan, L. Pinto, M. Monroe, F. Chapman. Row 2: 
L. to R., D. DeSisto, M. Wengler, C. Shobo, D. Dolan, 
G. Truelson, C. Dibbern, D. McNeil, P. Creighton, G. 
Cote, A. Tantillo, A. Bowler, C. Shwartz. Row 3: S. 
Stone, B. Rochin, R. Nelson, R. McNeil, P. Blaine, F. 
DeFoe, R. Cederholm, K. Osborne, S. Cossaboom, W. 
Hesford, S. Brinton, F. Hubble, D. Leombrono. 



rs to the school and 
well known along 
16 South Shore. 




Star performers of our Santa's Dream 
Dance Band. 



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Drill Team 



The stars of our half time shows, the Randetts, include 
from left fo right: Head — S. Ruddick, Lieutenants — 
J. Kroll and M. Papp. First row — B. Peters, A. Green, 
J. Needleman, S. Gaynor, E. McGrory. Row 2 — L. Gal- 
lagher, M. Pidell, N. Hill, B. Wasserman, M, Parker. 
Row 3 — S. Gaynor, M. Wilbur, D. Dolan, S. Froser, L. 



Kay. Row 4 — M. McGrory, M. Lyons, M. Fix, C. Law- 
ondo, K. Mansen. Row 5 — R. Andrews, P. Popp, N. 
Berry, M. Dolan, E. Doolan. Row 6 — C. Strickland, L. 
Chunis, P. Cohen, D. Belemonte, D. Dolan. Row 7 — R. 
Coughlin, G. Cotty, A. Lipus, J. Smart, J. Michaelson. 




Leading our band and drill team during half time football shows were 
Judy Kroll, Susan Ruddick, Kathy Walsh, and Beverly Brown. 



THE HALF TIME SHOWS 




Left . . . Left . . . Left, right, left . . . and our squad of 
pretty smiling faces, and precision marching girls come 
into view. Our halftime shows, feature the lovely talent of 
these girls in original routines. They delighted football au- 
diences in routines from Beatnik Ghosts, to a jazz version 
of Turkey in the Straw. Ever new and always good, our Drill 
Team stole the show of many a football game. 



Marching their way into everyone's heorts are our 1962 twirling champions, K. Bell, V. 
McGowan, K. Daley, S. Mohan, K. Mylimoki, M. DeFeo, D. Woden, C. Sullivan, C. Fosoli, 
D. Keddy. Head twirler, B. Brown, and Drum majorette, K. Walsh. 



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CHEERING US ON IN VICTORY 




Our pretty Senior cheerleoders 
line up for thot last big cheer. 
Left Jean McNeil and Geor- 
gianna Gray. Right, Pat John- 
ston and Pat Connoley. 







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Rooting our freshmen on to victory ore: Captain — L. Brusinski, Row 2- 
gote. Row 3 — R. Mealia, M. McElroy, L. Pillar, R. Stockes, B. Spiers, 

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— B. Saba, A. Santi- 
J. O'Brien. 



OR DEFEAT 









Everybody listen, one end all, for the 
Randolph High rollcall: Captain — J. Mc- 
Neil, G. Gray, P. Connolly, P. Johnston, 
J. Cutting, E. Dornlos, B. Gore, A. Lund, 
J. MacLeod, S. McCambly. 



In snow, rain and freezing cold, win or lose, 
no matter where the game, the cheerleaders are 
always there cheering their team on. With 
loyalty unmeasured, and pride unequaled, our 
chereleoders put in long hours of hard practice 
to perfect their precision cheers. Behind our 
teams all the way, they felt the thrills and heart- 
breaks of the team and crowd! We salute you 
for adding that little bit of life and setting off 
that spark to give confidence, consolation, and 
spirit to all! 



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Always cheering us on, whether in victory 
or defeat, our varsity cheerleaders spark 
spirit and win throughout the student body. 



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R. H. S. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS 




Future Homemakers of America 



Row 1 — D. Pike, J. Floyd, A. Stokes, K. Myllmaki — 
Song Leoder, M. McPhee — President, J. Cassogronde — 
Vice-President, D. Haywood — Secretary, P. Colorusso — 
Treasurer, F. Dolan. Row 2 — Mrs. Strout, H. Clark, L. 
Hoeg, M. Fohey, C. Apromolo, C. Laboiski, L. Sondlers, 



D. Harrington, L. Fenton, J. Butler, M. Lyons, A. Quim- 
by. Miss Schomer. Row 3 — J. N. Berenson, J. Hutch- 
inson, L. Gollant, C. L. Parker, H. Bergeron, D. Almond, 
L. Floyd. 



This year again, the Future Homemakers of 
America have brought fame to R.H.S. The Ran- 
dolph Chapter has made their school known to all 
F.H.A.ers on both the state and national level. 
In addition, Margaret McPhee being elected as 
state president, and re-elected as chapter presi- 
dent, J. Casagrande and P. Colorusso, both jun- 
iors, hold state offices. With the leadership and 
experience of advisor, Miss Schomer to guide 
them, the F.H.A. activities included a state meet- 
ing at which the Randolph Chapter was host, a 
Halloween party, Christmas caroling, Brotherhood 
program, coke sole, splash party. Faculty Fun 
night, and Installation of officers. The function 
of the Future Homemakers of America is to pre- 
pare girls for the important job in the future of 
becoming a good homemaker, and by the example 
set by these girls, the future looks promising. 



Sorry, Miss Andy, the F.H.A. is only for girls 
but the showcase will attract many new fe- 
male members. 



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The F.H.A. scrapbook is always growing and Judy Cassagrande keeps 
it up to date. 



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AND THE 




Rondy Winners from lost year's Business Education Deportment pose for a picture with Mr. 
Sontry and Mr. Powderly. 



And the winner is' This is a sentence that has 
come to mean something special to the students 
of Randolph High School. Oscars and Emmies 
have taken a back seat in importance to the 
excitement and thrills of the day when the co- 
veted Randy Awards are given. Given in all sub- 
jects in all grades to students with the best aca- 
demic record in the subject, the gold statuette is 
the dream of every student. The atmosphere is 
set by our school band, and students and teach- 
ers fill the hall for the most important assembly 
of them all . . . The Randy. 



"The Randy" 



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WINNER IS . . . 



Winner of our honorary 
Randy . . . Mr. Cyril T. 
Powderly. 



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With a look of excitement and surprise on her face 
Sandra Cummitch comes forth from the audience to 
accept her statuette. 



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Randy winners in last year's Junior Class included, Row 
1, L. to R.: Jean Brown, Margie Crayton, Pat Clark, 



Phyllis Cohen, Roger McNeil. Row 2, L. to R.: Judy 
Knoll, Everett Schaner, Andy Dulena, Sandy Cummitch. 



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A NIGHT TO 




Peter McGrath gives the pre- 
sentation bouquet to Queen Pot, 
OS Morcio Brodil, lost year's Miss 
Oracle looks on. 



Patricia Connolly, Miss Oracle of 1962 with a look of radiance, surrounded by her court: 
Linda Malm, Ruth Lyon, Jean McNeil, Judy Kroll, Susan Ruddick, and Carolyn Strickland. 




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REMEMBER . 



A hush fell over the anxiously awoiting 
crowd as our Editor-in-Chief Richard Jalkut 
was handed the envelope which held the best 
kept secret of the year — "Miss Oracle, 1962 
— Patricia Connolly." Totally surprised and 
radiantly happy tears of joy streamed down 
the lovely face of the new crowned queen. 
Surrounded by the six charming members of 
her court "Queen Pat" reigned unbelievingly 
on her throne with her lovely bouquet of flow- 
ers, her new bracelet, and shining crown. 
Beauty in all its true meaning enhances PAT, 
our lovely "Miss Oracle." 




"I'm in Heaven." Radiantly Happy is our "1962" 
Oracle Queen beautiful Pat Connolly. 




"I Could Have Danced All Night" . 
didates and dates. 



the stars of our Coronation Dance, Miss Oracle con- 



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Should you be o teacher? This is the question osked 
by members of our Future Teachers Club who stond 



here in this picture. Now in its second year the club 
already has one of the school's greatest memberships. 



AN ACTIVITY FOI 



Three of our helpful office assistants 
Drummey, Denise Keough. 



Darlene Pike, Jeon 




Available to all students are ac- 
tivities which deal with future pro- 
fessions (Nursing and Teaching), 
the exploration of the ocean, con- 
servation, dramatics, ond chess. Al- 
though all relatively new they give 
the students an opportunity to be- 
long to a club that is unusual and 
which deals with a special field . . . 
an activity for every interest. 



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Wildlife and Conservation Club mem- 
bers and advisors are: Dickie Leom- 
bruno, Stanley Burwell, Nech Zoc- 
cardi, Mr. Garrett, Tommy Verzone, 
and Mr. Sullivan. 



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l/ERY INTEREST 




It's Fred's move as members of the chess club watch intently. Back row, L. to R.: Richard 
Small, Lester Lefton, Richard Goldenburg, Peter McGrath, Mr. Cremmins. Front Row, L. to R.: 
Gail Abremsen, Winifred Cast, Joan Pink, Roger McNeil, Fred Hubble. 



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Members of the Dramatic Club: Row 1, L. to R.: C. 

Slotnick, S. Libernan, M. Drury, C. Crolfin, M. McPhee, 
A. Green, G. Moron, C. Cidrone, L. Gallant, D. Casper, 
J. Pink, Mr. Vellonte. Row 2, L. to R.: W. East, A. 
Saddler, M. Lord, T. Slwartz, D. Pink, N. Vanordey, 



D. Rosenburg, D. Hyman, P. Dovin, C. Hall. Row 3, 
L. to R.: E. Jolkut, K. Kirgegord, J. Campbell, V. Mur- 
phy, J. Marzinzik, R. Small, G. Faring, J. Theberge, 
S. Ostrowski, I. Grotsky, J. Shack. 



OUR ACTORS, OCEANOGRAPHERS, ANJ 




Mr. Comoro ond the Oceanography Club: Row 1, L. to 
R.: Everett Schoner, Gene Cohen, Merle Bravemon, Bob 
Merritt. Row 2, L. to R.: Woody Freeman, George Foley, 



Barbara Gore, Frank Azzoriti, Chuckie Saunders, Peret 
McGroth, Fred Hubble, Karen Bell. 



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Future Nurses Club: Row 1, L. to R.: Linda Pillar, Carol 
Towando, Norene Hennesy, Ann Webber, Kathy Con- 
nors, Joan Betty. Row 2, L. to R.: Lorraine Murphy, 
Carol Schwartz, Jackie Johnson, Marilyn McCauley, 



Marie Chezone, Dorothy Barkhouse, Louise Seaverns, 
Carol Hill, Winifred East, Joan Nadelman, Ann Marie 
Sontagate, Sharon Winchell, Karen Myllmacki, Dorothy 
Dolan, Carol O'Brien. 



PUTURE NURSES 



Our Librarians George 
Troinor and Jean Mac 
Donald arronge the mag- 
azine rack. 




SENIOR STATISTICS 



ACORN, DONALD S. (Shop): 

ANDERSON, DAVID H (College): 
Booster Club 1 . 

ADNREWS, RUTH ANN (General). 
Booster Club 1; Booster (Oracle) 2; 
President Oracle Booster; Drill Team 
3,4; Basketball 1,2; Key Club 4; 
Oracle Business Staff 4. 

BAKER, PAMELA ANN (Business): 
Banner Staff 1; Booster Club 1; Bowl- 
ing Team 3. 

BALDNER, RICHARD FRANCIS (Gen- 
eral): 



BATES, DOROTHY Basketball 1,2. 



BAXTER, NANCY E. (Business): Ran- 
dy Nominee 1,2; F.H.A. Member 1, 
2,3; Bonner Reporter for F.H.A. 2,3; 
National Honor Society 3,4. 



BELL, KAREN GRACE (Business) 
F.H.A. 1; Chorus 1; Twirling 1,2,3,4 
Festivals 2,3,4; Concerts 2,3,4 
Oceanography 3,4; Science Fair Com- 
mittee 2,3,4; Library Assistant 3; 
Cafeteria Cashier 3. 



BELMONTE, DIANA MARIE (Bus- 
iness): Oracle Staff 4; Drill Team 
2,3,4; Oceanography 2,3,4; Library 
Assistant 3; Science Fair Committee 
3,4; F.H.A. 1; Booster 1; Festivals 
2,3,4; Fashion Show 1; Science Fair 
Honorable Mention 2. 

BERRY, NANCY IRENE (Business): 
Drill Team 4; Booster Club 1; Chor- 
us 4; Dramatics 1; Dramatic Festival 
1. 



BLANCHARD, ROBERT T. (Business): 
Football 1,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Boos- 
ter Club 1; Track 2,3. 

BOURBEAU, FRANCIS JOHN Audio 
Visual 1,2. 



BOYNTON, BEVERLY ANN 

ness): Booster Club 1. 



(Busi- 



BRAVEMAN, MERLE LEE (College): 
Randy Winner 1; National Honor So- 
ciety 2,3,4; National Exam, Honor- 
able Mention 2; Girls State Candidate 
3; Oceanography lab. Secretary 4; 
Dance Committee 2; Science Fair 
Committee 1,2,3,4; Co-Chairman 3, 
Chairman 4. 

BRIDGES, PAUL V. (General): Key 
Club 1; Track Team 3. 



BRINTON, STEPHEN CHATLES (Col- 
lege): Band 4; Chorus 4; Dance Band 
4; Chess Club 1; Civil War Club 3. 

BROWN, BEVERLY ANNE (Business): 
Twirling 1,2,3,4; Captain 3,4; Class 
Vice President 3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
Music Festival 1,2,3,4; Concerts 1,2, 
3,4; Oracle 4; Oceanography Club 2, 
3,4; Office Staff 4; Fashion Show 1, 
2. 



BROWN, JEAN MARIE (Business): 
Booster 1; National Honor Society 
2,3,4; Randy Nominee 1,2,3; Randy 
Winner 3. 



BURNS, ALEXANDER LEE Key Club 
3,4; Banner 2,3,4; Bowling Team 
1,2; News Editor of Banner 4; Sci- 
ence Fair Committee 3; Spring Track 
3,4; Banner Business Staff 2; Ban- 
ner Dance Committee 3,4. 

BURNS, JOHN JOSEPH (College): 
Transfer from 

CADEMARTORI, ROBERT WILLIAM 

(College): Football 1,3,4; Track 2,3; 
Cross Country 2; Booster Club 1; In- 
door track 2. 

CAMELIO, RAYMOND PETER (Col- 
lege): Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1, 
2; Baseball 1; Randy Nominee; 
Science Fair 1,2; Mechanical Draw- 
ing 1 . 

CARA, THERESA ANN (Business): 
Fashion Show 1; Booster Club 1; 
Nurses Club 3; Bowling 3; Dance 
Committee 2. 



CEDERHOLM, ROY F. (College): Na- 
tional Honor Society 2,3,4; Oracle 4; 
Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Dance 
Band 2,3,4; District Chorus 2,3,4; 
SEM SBA Chorus 2,3; Boys' State 3; 
Randy Winner 1; Randy Nominee 
1,2,3. 



CHUNIS, LINDA ANN (Business): 
Key Club 3, 4; Banner 3; Drill Team 
4; Oracle 3,4. 



CHURCHWARD, JOHN WILLIAM 

(College): Football 2,3; Track 3. 

CICCHINI, MAJORIE ELVERA (Busi- 
ness): Booster Club 1; Cheerieading 
1; Drill Team 2,3; Drill Team — Lieu- 
tenant 3; Concert 2,3; Oracle 4; 
Oracle Dance Committee 4; Festivals 
2,3; Chorus 1. 

CLARK, HELEN FRANCES (General): 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Nurses Club 1,2,3; 
Office Girl 4. 



COATES, GERALD LEONARD (Col- 
lege): Football 2,3,4; Track 1,3,4; 
Booster Club 1; Spring Oracle Staff 3. 



CLIFFORD, LINDA PEARL (General): 
F.H.A. 1; Chorus 3. 

CODY, JAMES L. Shop. 



COHEN, GENE DAVID (College): Hon- 
or Society 2,3,4; Class President 3; 
Oracle Business 3; Chorus 1,2,3; Ora- 
cle Business Manager 4; Randy Win- 
ner 1,2,3; Oceanography 2,3,4; Boys' 
State 3; State Science Fair Winner 
3; National Science Fair 3. 



COHEN, PHYLLIS JANE (Business): 
National Honor Society 2,3,4; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Drill Team 3,4; 
Usheret 3; Key Club 4; Science Fair 
Honorable Mention 2; Randy Win- 
ner 1,2,3,4; Oracle Staff 3,4; Booster 
Club 1; Randy Nominee 1,2,3. 



COLSON, CHARLES EDWARD (Gen- 
eral): Chorus 4. 



CONNOLLY, PATRICIA MARIE (Bus- 
iness): Cheerieading 1,3,4; Booster 
Club 1; Key Club 4; Student Coun- 
cil 3,4; Usheret 3; Miss Oracle Nomi- 
nee 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3; 
Cheerieading Tournament 3. 



COOPER, BARRY MARC (College): 
Spring Track 3; Civil War Club 3. 



COSSABOOM, STERLING P. (College): 
Bond 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; SEM 
SBA 2,3,4; District 2,3,4; Banner 
Staff 1,2,3,4; Randy Winner 2; Spe- 
cial Chorus 3,4; Dance Band 2,3,4; 
Notional Honor Society 2,3,4; Science 
Fair 1,2,3,4. 



CRAYTON, MARJORIE EDITH (Busi- 
ness): Girls' Softball 1,2; Oracle 4; 
Key Club (Secretary) 4; Musice Secre- 
tory 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; 
Randy Winner 3; Booster Club 1; 
Randy Nominee 1,2,3; Girls' State 
Alternate 3; Usheret 3. 



CUMMITCH, SANDRA JEAN (Busi- 
ness): Science Fair Committee 2; 
Randy Nominee 2,3; Randy Winner 
2,3; Notional Honor Society 3,4; Key 
Club 4; Usheret 3; Science Fair Hon- 
orable Mention 2. 

CUTLER, MARCIA ELIZABETH (Col- 
lege): Randy Nominee 1; Future 
Teachers Club 3. 

D'AGOSTINO, PATRICIA TERESA 

(Business). 



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SENIOR STATISTICS 



DALEY, JOAN MARIE (Business): 
F.H.A. 2,3; F.H.A. Secretary 3; 
Booster Club 1 . 

DALEY, JOHN WILLIAM (College): 
Banner 1; Chess Club 1. 

DAVISON, LAWRENCE ALLEN (Gen- 
eral). 

DEAN, SALLY ELIZABETH (College): 
Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Dis- 
trict 1,3; All State 3; Semsba 3; 
Music Festival 1,2,3,4; Secretary 1,2, 
3,4; Oracle Staff 4; Oceanography 
2,3,4; Dance Band 3,4; Special Chor- 
us 3,4. 

DeBOE, ROBERT (Business). 

DeFEO, FRED L. (College): Basket- 
ball 1,2; Baseball 2; Band 1,2,3,4; 
Chorus 3,4; Music Festival 1,2,3,4; 
Science Fair Committee 3. 

DENISE, ROBERT JOSEPH (Business): 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Football 1; Cross Country 2. 

DePALMA, MICHELE FOX (Business): 
Girls' Basketball 2; Bonner 3; Chorus 
1; Drill Team 4; Music Festival 1. 

DePAUOLO, RONALD THOMAS 

(Shop). 

DiCENSO, FRANK D. (Business): 
Science Fair 2; Booster 1. 

DIEMER, ROBERT C. (Shop). 

DOHERTY, WILLIAM JOSEPH (Gen- 
eral). 



DOLAN, DONNA MARIE (Business): 
Drill Team 3,4; Key Club 4; Oracle 
4; Fashion Show 1; Dance Commit- 
tee 1,2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4; Music 
Festival 3,4. 



DOOLAN, LORRAINE (Business): Ban- 
ner 1,2,3,4; Fashion Show 1,2; Boost- 
er Club 1; Oracle Staff 4; Donee 
Committee 1,2. 



DOWLING, KEVIN (General) 



DOYLE, MARIE ANNETTE (Business) 

DULINA, ANDREW S. (College): 
Oracle Staff: Sports Editor 4; Boys' 
State Alternate 3; Randy Nominee 1, 
3; Randy Winner 3; Key Club, Presi- 
dent 4; Booster Club 1; Science Fair 
Committee 3,4; Auxilium Lathinium 
Winner 3; Football Manager 2. 



ELLIS, GAIL A. (Business): Booster 
Club 1; Girls' State Nominee 3; 
Chorus 1; National Honor Society 3, 
4; Randy Winner 1,2,3. 

EVANS, JUDITH MARIE (Business): 
Vice-President 1; Treasurer 2; Band 
1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Special Chor- 
us 3,4; Dance Bond 3,4; Semsba 3; 
All-State 3; District 2,3; Music Fes- 
tival 1,2,3,4. 

FAHEY, GEORGE EDWARD (College): 
Oceanography 2,3,4; Science Fair 
Committee 3,4. 

FARING, BRUCE M. (College): Ban- 
ner 2,3,4; Editor-in-Chief 4; Science 
Fair Committee 2,3,4; Football 1; 
National Honor Society 2,3,4; Randy 
Nominee 2; Boys' State Candidate 3. 

FINKELSTEIN, HARRIET LEE (Busi- 
ness): Key Club 3,4; Banner 3,4; 
Oracle Booster Club 3; Oracle 4; 
Photography Club 2; Dance Commit- 
tee 4; Oracle Business 4. 

FOLEY, STEPHEN THOMAS (College): 
Basketball 1,2,3; Football 1. 

FRASER, JAMES Y. (College): Foot- 
ball 1; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Winter 
Track 3,4; Basketball 2; Baseball 2; 
Booster Club 1; Science Fair, Honor- 
able Mention 2,3. 



FREDERICKSON, THOMAS J. (Gen- 
eral). 



FRIEDLAND, CATHERINE LINDA 

(College): Banner Business 1; Future 
Teachers Club 3,4; Civil War Club 



FREEDMAN, BARBARA JEAN (Gen- 
eral): Chorus 1; Drill Team Sub. 1. 

FREITAS, JOHN THOMAS (College): 
Bond 1,3,4; Chorus 3; Dance Band 
3,4. 

FUCILE, JOHN SEBASTIAN (College): 
Chorus 1,2; Science Fair 1,2,3,4. 

GABARDI, ROBERT E. (Shop). 

GALLANT, JOSEPH RICHARD (Gen- 
eral): Randy Winner 1; Randy Nom- 
inee 1 . 



GILLIS, MARYANN (General): Booster 
Club 1. 

GODES, RICHARD SETH (College): 
Track 2,3,4; Basketball 1; National 
Honor Society 2,3,4; Key Club 4. 



GRACIE, MARION L. (Business): 
Dance Committee 1,2; F.H.A. 1. 

GUION, BARBARA ROSE (Business). 

HALEY, GERALD PETER (College): 
Booster Club 1; Senior Class Presi- 
dent; Science Fair 2,3; Science Fair 
Honorable Mention 3. 

HANDRAHAN, KATHLEEN MARIE 

(Business). 

HAYNES, LOIS M, (Business): Booster 
Club 1; Drill Team 3; Concert 3; 
Oracle Staff 4; Festival 3. 

HEGER, DOROTHY L. (Business): 
Booster Club 1; Softball 1. 

HENEY, CATHERINE T. (Business): 
Booster Club 1; Key Club 3,4; Office 
Assistant 2,3,4. 

HICKS, ROBERT GERALD (General): 
Science Fair 1,2. 

HOLBROOK, MARILYN MAY (Gen- 
eral): F.H.A. 1; Nurses Club 2. 

HUBBLE, FRED F. (College): Band 1, 
2,3,4; Chorus 1; Notional Honor So- 
ciety 2,3,4; Oceanography Labora- 
tory 2,3; Science Fair Committee 2, 
3; Chess Club 1; Vice President 4. 

HUDSON, PATRICIA A. (College): 
Chorus 1,2; Music Festival 1,2; 
Semsbo Chorus 2; Concerts 1,2; Ushe- 
ret 3; Musical 1,2. 

JAYES, SUZANNE CHRISTINE (Col- 
lege): Transfer from. 

JACOBSEN, NORMA CLAIR (Busi- 
ness): Hockey 2,4; Softball 1,3,4; 
Booster Club 1; Bowling 3; Oracle 
Booster 3; Basketball 4. 

JALKUT, RICHARD ALAN (College): 
Key Club 4; Oceanography 2; J.V. 
Basketball 2; Science Fair Commit- 
tee 3; Notional Honor Society 3,4; 
Dramatic Club 2; Randy Nominee 2, 
3; Good Government Day Represen- 
tative 4; Oracle Staff 3,4; Editor-in- 
Chief 4. 

JOHNSON, JACQUELINE ANN (Gen- 
eral): Nurses Club Vice President; 
Randy Nominee; Fashion Show; Bowl- 
ing 3; Booster 1; Science Fair 3. 

JOHNSTON, PATRICIA ANN (Busi- 
ness); Key Club 3,4; Cheerleoding 
1,2,3,4; Tournoment 3; Drill Team 
2; Lieutenant 2; Music Festival 2; 
Spring Concert 3; Usheret 3; Randy 
Nominee 3. 



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SENIOR STATISTICS 



KELLY, MICHAEL DAVID (College): 
National Honor Society 3,4; Key Club 
4; Science Fair Committee 3,4. 

KELLY. WILLIAM J, (Generol): Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1.2,3; Track 
3. 

KELLEY, KEVIN WILLIAM (College): 
Football 2,4. 

KILROY, RICHARD JOSEPH (Gen- 
eral). 

KIRKIEWICZ, MARY CECILIA (Busi- 
ness). 

KNIGHTS, JANICE LORRAINE (Busi- 
ness): Drill Team 1,2,3; Key Club 3; 
Office Assistant 2,3; Booster Club 1; 
Banner Staff 1; Dance Committee 
1,2. 

KROLL, JUDYTHE HELENE (Busi- 
ness): National Honor Society 3,4; 
Drill Team 2,4; Lieutenant 2,4; 
Cheerleading 1,3; Key Club 3,4; 
Oracle 4; Vice-President 2; Usherette 
3; Randy Nominee 2,3; Randy Win- 
ner 3. 

L A N D R E Y, MARY L. (College): 
Oceanography Laboratory 2; Future 
Nurses Club 4. 

LARSON, MELODIE ELAINE (College): 
Booster Club 1; Science Fair 1,2,3; 
Randy Nominee 1 . 

LEARY, JOSEPH FRANCIS (College). 

LEAVITT, FRED A. (Business): Booster 
Club; Science Fair. 



LEEHAN, BERNADETTE ANNE MA- 
RIE (College). 

LEHAN, SHERYL ANNE (College): 
Oracle Staff 3,4; Oracle Booster 3; 
banner 3; Key Club 3,4. 

LEHTO, FRED H. (Business): Band 
2; Banner 1,2,3,4. 

LEONDIKE, HELEN MARIE (Business): 
Randy Nomination 2; Key Club 4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Oracle 
Booster. 



LORD, MARY A. (Business): Banner 
3,4; Office 3,4; Science Fair Com- 
mittee 2. 

LYONS, MICHAEL LANCE (Business): 
Cross Country Track 1,2,3,4; Indoor 
Track 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; 
Library Staff 2. 



LYON, RUTH A. (College): Chorus 
4; Oracle Business Staff 4; Miss Ora- 
cle Nominee 4. 

MAHAN, RICHARD THOMAS (Busi- 
ness): Band 1,2; Chorus 1; Cross 
Country 2; Football Manager 4; 
Booster Club 2. 

MALM, LINDA LINNEA (College): 
Office Staff 2; Science Fair Com- 
mittee 3,4; Condidate for Girls' State 
3; Honor Society 3,4; Usherette 3; 
Miss Oracle Nominee 4; Key Club 4; 
Oracle Staff 4. 

MANUEL, SHELIA JOYCE (College): 
Banner 3,4; Science Fair Committee 
4. 

McCAMBLY, STEVEN ARTHUR (Col- 
lege): Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1, 
2,3; Football 1,2,3,4. 

McCOLLUM, PATRICIA ANN (Busi- 
ness): Fashion Show 1,2; Science Fair 
Committee 2; Usherette 2,3; Banner 
Reporter 2,3,4; Secretary 4. 

McGRATH, PETER RUSSELL (Col- 
lege): Class Officer 2,3,4; Oceano- 
graphy Lab. 2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; 
Chess Club 1; Audio Visual Club 1,2; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Banner 
1,2,3; Boys' State Delegate 3; Ora- 
cle Editor 4; Dance Committee 1,2, 
3,4. 

McNIEL, JEAN ALVA (Business): Stu- 
dent Council 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 1; 
Secretary 2; Vice President 3; Presi- 
dent 4; Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; Cap- 
tain 4; Banner 1,2; Booster Club 1; 
Oceanography 2; Oracle Staff 4; Miss 
Oracle Nominee 4; Cheerleading 
Tournaments 2,3; Student Council 
Conventions 2,3. 



McNEIL, MARGARET RUTH 

eral): Booster Club 1,2. 



(Gen- 



McNEIL, ROGER ALEXANDER (Col- 
lege): Randy Nominee 1,2; National 
Honor Society 2,3,4; Chorus 3,4; 
Randy Winner 3; Music Festival 3,4; 
Candidate for Boys' State 3; Key Club 
4; Science Fair Committee 3,4; Musi- 
cal 3. 

McPHEE, JOSEPH FRANCIS (College): 
Football 1; Basketball 2; Science Fair 
Winner 3. 

McPHEE, Margaret Ann (Business): 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; President 3,4; State 
President 4; National F.H.A. Con- 
vention 2,3; National Honor Society 
3,4; Girls' Basketball 2,3; Randy 
Nominee 1,2,3; Fashion Show 1,2; 
Booster Club 1,2; Girls' State Nomi- 
nee 3; Oracle 4. 



MELLO, MARY ANN (Business): 
Twirling 1,2; Music Festival 1,2; Con- 
cert 1,2; Guidance 1; Randy Ushe- 
rette 2. 

MERRICK, FLOYD (Shop). 

MERRITT, ROBERT KENNETH (Busi- 
ness): Oceanography Club 2,3,4; Au- 
dio Visual 2,3,4. 

MICHAEL, JOHN (General): Track 
Team 2,3. 

MONTI, PATRICIA LEE (Business). 

NEEDHAM, PETER BARRY (Business): 
Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Booster Club 1. 

NEEDRE, PETER ARNOLD (General): 
Audio Visual Club. 

NELSON, CAROL JEANNE (Busi- 
ness): Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
Concerts 1,2,3,4; Randy Nominee 3; 
F.H.A. 1,2; Dance Committee 1,2,3, 
4; Fashion Show 1,2; Science Fair 
Honorable Mention 2; Oracle Booster 
2; Oracle Managing Editor 4. 

NIESEN, ELAYNA CELE (Business): 
F.H.A. 2. 

NOYES, MARCIA LEE (Business). 

O'BRIEN, JOHN EDWIN (Generol): 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Banner Staff 1. 

OSTROWSKI, SIGMUND EDWARD 

(Business): Football 1,2,3,4. 

PAPP, MARILYN JANE (Business): 
Drill Team 2,3,4; Key Club 4; F.H.A. 
1; Banner 3; Office Staff 4. 

PERLMAN, SALLY JANE (College): 
Oracle Staff 3,4; Randy Nominee 1; 
Science Fair Committee 1,3,4; Ban- 
ner Staff 2; Science Fair Winner 1; 
Key Club 4; National Honor Society 
3,4; Fashion Show 1 . 

PROKASKA, EDWARD STEPHEN 

QUIMBY, DAVID ALAN (General): 
Football 1; Bowling 1 . 

RICHARDS, BRUCE JOHN (General): 
Bowling Team 3,4. 



RIDEOUT, CLIFTON G. (General): 
Football 1; Cafeteria Worker 2; Dra- 
ma Club 2. 



RINTONE, ELAINE MARIE (Businp^O 



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SENIOR STATISTICS 



ROLLO, PAUL (Shop). 

RUBIN, LESLIE CHARLES (College): 
Football 4; Oracle Business Staff 2,3. 

RUDDICK, SUSAN DENISE (Busi- 
ness): Cheerleading 1; Booster Club 
1; Banner Staff 1; Drill Team 2,3,4; 
Head of Drill Team 4; Oracle Dance 
Committee 4; Concerts 2,3,4; Festi- 
val 2,4; Oracle 4; Key Club 4; Miss 
Oracle Nominee 4. 

SCHANER, EVERETT GEORGE (Col 
lege): National Honor Society 2,3,4, 
Oceonographic Lobrotory 3,4; Editor 
"Megolops" (Oceonographic Digest); 
Massachusetts Boys' State 3; Randy 
Winner 1,2,3; Science Fair Winner 
1,2,3; Chorus 3; Key Club 4; Musi- 
cal 3. 

SCHNIEDER, PAUL LEO (Business): 
Football 1,2,3,4; Booster Club i; 
Baseball 1. 



SCHWARTZ, TOBY LYNNE (College): 
Banner 1,2,3,4; Associate Editor of 
Banner 4; Oracle Booster 4; Oracle 
Staff 4; Key Club 3,4; Drill Team 
1,2,3; Musical 2; Science Fair Win- 
ner 1,2,3; Science Fair Com- 
SILVER, SUSAN LYNNE (Business): 
Team 3. 



SIEVE, HELEN M. (General): Booster 
Club 1; F.H.A. 1; Science Fair Com- 
mittee 1,2,4. 



SILVERS, SUSAN LYNNE (Business/ 
Booster Club 1; Basketball 2; Drill 
Team 2. 



SPIERS, DAVID JOHN (Business): 
Football 3,4; Spring Track 3; Photog- 
raphy Club 2; Booster Club 1. 

SMITH, LYNNE A. (Business). 

STANLEY, JOHN C. (Business). 

STEPHENS, RUTH PRISCILLA (Busi- 
ness): Booster Club 1; Drill Team 2; 
Science Fair Committee 2; Randy 
Nominee' 3; National Honor Society 
3,4. 

STOKES, BARBARA J. (Business): 
F.H.A. 3; Office Staff 4; Oracle 4. 

STONE, STEVEN JAMES (College): 
Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Festi- 
vals 1,2,3,4; Concerts 1,2,3,4; Dance 
Band 4. 



STRICKLAND, CAROLYN EDITH 

(College): Student Council 2,3,4; Con- 
ventions 3; Key Club 3,4; National 
Honor Society 2,3,4; Banner Staff 
1,2,3; Oracle Staff — Activities Edi- 
tor 4; Girls' State Representative; 
Drill Team 2,3,4; Concerts 2,3,4; 
Festivals 2,3,4; Miss Oracle Nominee 
4; Randy Nominee 1,3; Usherette 2,3. 



SWARTZ, MICHAEL S. (College): 
Basketball 1; Cross Country Manager 
1; Oceanography Club; Science Fair 
Committee 3,4; Oracle Business Staff 
4. 

TARDIFF, MORMAN G. (College): 
Football 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 4; Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 



TOWER, PAULINE JUDITH (Busi- 
ness): F.H.A. 1,2,3; Office Staff 4; 
Chorus 1,2. 

TRAVERSE, MARILYN ANN (Busi- 
ness): Banner 1,2; Booster 1. 

TRAYNOR, GEORGE JAMES (Gen- 
eral): Chess Club 2; Library Staff 
2,4. 



VALENTE, LOIS ANN (Business). 

WALLACE, JOHN RICHARD (Col- 
lege): Booster Club 1; Football 1; 
Chess Club 1 . 

WALSH, KATHLEEN LOUISE (Busi- 
ness): Drill Team 2; Twirler 3; Drum 
Majorette 4; Chorus 4. 

WEINBERG, LINDA LEE (Business): 
Banner 1,2; Dramatics 1. 



WILBUR, MARCIA ANNETTE (Busi- 
ness): Science Fair Honorable Men- 
tion 1; Drill Team 3,4; Chorus 3; 
Biology Club 2. 



WILBUR, WILLIAM BRADFORD 

(General): Chess Club 1; Booster 
Club 1. 



WRIGLEY, JANET ARLENE (Busi- 
ness): F.H.A. 1; Cosh Register — Cafe- 
teria 2. 



YOUNG, DONNA ANNE (Business): 
Chorus 1 . 



SILVERMAN, ARDEN HOPE (Busi- 
Booster Club 1; Drill Team 2; 



ness; 



Captain Drill Team 2; Spring Concer 
2; Music Festival 2; Chorus 1; Randy 
Nominee 3. 



SKEEN, JERRY ARTHUR (General): 
Football 3,4. 



THEBERGE, JEANNE LOUISE (Busi- 
ness): Bond 1,2; Chorus 2; Banner 
3,4. 



TOFFOLONI, PAUL ANTHONY (Col- 
lege): Football 1; Booster Club 1; 
Color Guard 3; Basketball Manager 
3,4. 



YOUNG, HOWARD J. (College): Foot- 
ball 2,3,4; Track 1,4; Tennis 1,2. 

ZANGA, JOHN (College). 



ZAPUSTAS, ROBERT S. (College): 
Football 1; Basketboll 1,2,3,4. 



135 



IN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT . . . 



The Oracle staff acknowledges with grati- 
tude the generous contributions of Randolph 
merchants, professional men, restaurateurs, 
school organizations and clubs to the success 
of this year's edition through individual ad- 
vertisements. We are sincerely appreciative 
and extend our best wishes to all for prosper- 
ous careers in respective enterprises. 



AND APPRECIATION 



In writing "finis" to the 1962 edition of 
the Oracle, your editors offer grateful thanks 
to our school administration and faculty for 
the many courtesies shown the staff. We 
would also like to offer our heartfelt thanks 
to our three wonderful advisors . . . Mrs. 
Elizabeth Tierney, Mr. Richard Power, and 
Mr. Samuel Polio. 




136 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



A FRB 




Sophomores 



The School Organizations . . . 




Juniors 




Mr. Santry and the Student Council Salute the 1962 Oracle 

... All Giving Us a Hand 




The Freshman 



Our Clubs and Teams . . . 




Best Wishes — 
R. H. S. Key Club 



ORACLE BOOSTERS 



Congratulations from 

THE SECONDARY 
TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 




Best of Luck — Class of "62" Cross Country Team 




? 



Congratulations From . . . 




Varsity Cheerleaders 



■ m-J^i^nlnir'l 








HMM 


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Twirlers 



John White 
James Dolan 



Patricia Gilbert 
Mary Ford 



St. Bernadette's CYC 





Freshman Cheerleaders 



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Randettes 



ii 




St. Mary's CYO 



I 



Randolph USY 



RANDOLPH VOCATIONAL 

Robert Gabardi 
Don Acorn 
Floyd Merrick 
James Cody 
Robert Diemer 
Ronald DePoolo 
Paul Rollo 
James LaFratta 
Mr. Terrenzi 
Mr. Simon 



Druggists and Doctors . . . 




Randolph Drug Co./ Inc. 

64 No. Main St. 



Woodlown Pharmacy, Inc. 



The Rexall Store 



1193 North Main St. 



Woodlown 3-4120 
I 



Best Wishes 
from 



William Leavitt, D.M.D. 







Compliments 








of 






D. 


A. Conca, D.M.D. 






Congratulations 








and 








Best Wishes 




Dr. 


& 


Mrs John L. 


Hickey 




Tirn 



i-Li , 



rFl=irr,««B ^ . J • " 



1 *•€■- 

. I 



Compliments of 
Paul Boyle 

Registered Pharmacist 









Compliments 










of 






Dr. 


R 


ussell F. Thom 


pson 








Congrotulotions 










ond 










Best Wishes 




Di 


r. and 


Mrs. Norman 


Jepsky 



Compliments 
of 

John P. Noonan, M.D. 



Compliments 
of 



Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Foley 



PHARMACY ^1 



Diamond Pharmacy 
Rexall Drugs 

Fernandes Shopping Center 
Wo-3-5958 



Compliments 
of 



David B. Weiner, M.D. 



Compliments 
of 



J. p. Amerena, M.D. 





Compliments 






of 




Dr. 


Wilh'am SI 


oane 




Compliments 






of 




John T. Berry, 


M.D. 







Compliments 










of 






H. 


L. Fu 


Ichino, 


M.D. 




J. • 


Steven 

145 S 


Hayes, 

. Main St. 


M.D. 






Best 


of Luck 




Di 


. & 


Mrs. 


Selig G 


. Zase 



Eating Places Around Our Town . . . 



Ventre's Deh'catessen 

Famous for our Sandwiches 

Established since 1941 
Wo-3-3520 



Congratulations 
from 

"Everybody's" 
Dunkin Donuts 



LYNWOOD CAFE, INC. 

Corner South and Center Sts. 
Randolph 

Pizza Our Specialty 

Tel. Wo-3-9894 F. Kurlitis, Mgr. 




Woodlawn Coffee Shop 



The Randolph Town House 



Finest In Foods and Cocktails 



183 So. Main Street, Randolph 



Dairy Queen 

892 No. Main Street 
Randolph, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

EXPRESSO PIZZA 



Fast Service 



Wo 3-9854 



Bob's Lunch 



571 South Main Street 



Randolph, Mass. 



Compliments of the 

Hilltop Restaurant 

1179 No. Main St. 
Randolph, Wo-3-9869 




STAN NY'S 



Compliments 
of 

Gramp's Inc. 

1160 No. Main St. Wo 3-9814 



Randolph News Store 



All Supporting Our Book . . . 




^■M\ 



Compliments 
of 

Good Bros. 

Your Ford Dealer 

Randolph, Moss. 



G. W. CONDON, OIL 



Fuel Oils — Heating 



900 No. Main Street 



Randolph, Mass. 



Conrad's Super Market 

1057 No. Main St. 
North Randolph 



"Four Generations of 
Dependable Service" 

CARTWRIGHT 
FUNERAL HOME 

419 No. Main 69 So. Franklin 

Rondolph Holbrook 

Phone Woodlawn 3-4199 

Directors 

Ralph W. Cartwright 
Ralph W. Cortwright, Jr. 
Walter Robert Cartwright 



Compliments of 

Phyllis William's 
School of the Dance 



Congratulations to 
Class of 1962 

Randolph Children's 
Shop 




Gilroy's Kwik Shop 



Businesses and Businessmen . . . 




Compliments of 

Copeland's Pepsi-Cola 

Bottling Company 

of Milton 



Scottie's Cash Market 

875 North Main St. 
No. Randolph, Mass. 



Compliments of 

Conrad's Grocery 

30 North Main Street 
Randolph, Massachusetts 



ROHLFS' 

"For those Nicer" 
Flowers 

407 So. Main St., Rondolph 



Compliments of 



CROVO'S FRUIT STORE 



Wo-3-5210 Wo-3-5211 



109 No. Main St. 



Randolph 



Good Luck Class of '62 

Dacey Bros. Dairy Store 

1 100 No. Main St. 
North Randolph 



DANNY'S FRUIT MART 

For the Finest in Fruits 
and Vegetables 

Call Danny 

Good Luck Class of "1962" 
(Free Delivery) 



Compliments 
of 

Louise's Store 



Randolph TV 
and Appliances 

69 N. Main Street 
Randolph Wo 3-1234 


Kiddie Town, Inc. 

Complete lines Juvenile 
Furniture and Toys 

84 No. Main St. Wo 3-3238 


Taylor's Jewelry 
and Gift Shoppe 

Watch Repairing Wo 3-4710 


B. Horlink, Jeweler 

Diamonds — Watches — Rings 
Expert Watch Repairing 

Wo 3-6030 93 No. Main St. 


Compliments of 

Burgess Lawnmower Service 

300 Union Street 


Swan One Hour Cleaners 

Specialists in Delicate Fobrics 


Cameras — Projectors — Binoculars 
Radios — Typewriters 

Randolph Camera Shop 

326 N. Main St., Randolph 
Ronald M. Wise Wo 3-2650 


Best of Luck 
to the Class of "62" 

SEMENSI FUEL AND OIL 
COMPANY 


Compliments 
of 

George N. Welch 

and 
Robert L. Schneider 


Robert's Jewelry 

Watch Repairing and 
Gifts Catering to Graduates 

Fernandes Plozo 


Dressler's Home Bakery 

Wedding & Birthday Cakes 
Hand Cut Do-nuts 

1183 No. Main St. Open Sunday 


Compliments of 

Foley Buick 

"When better Cars are built, 
Buick will build them." 



CAREY'S MOTOR 
TRANSPORTATION, INC. 

Temple St. 
Whitman, Mass. 


Compliments of the 

Candy Cove 

Quality Hand-dipped 
Chocolates 


Compliments 
of 

H. C. Johansen 


Wo-3-4114 

STAN NELSON 

Tractor Jobbing — Bockhoe Work 
Lawn and Garden Work Made Easy 

650 So. Main St., Randolph 


D'Amelio Sunoco Service 

432 North Street, Randolph 
Carmen A. D'Amelio Jr., Prop. 


Baptist Youth Fellowship 

Congratulations to 
The Class of 1962 


Compliments of 

Gorman Machine Co. 

480 So. Main St., Randolph 


BRODIL'S BOOTERY 

90 No. Main St., Randolph 


Ju 3-9864 S & H Stamp 

Avon Atlantic Station 

General Repairs 

17 No. Main St. 
Avon, Mass. Floyd Bennett 


Compliments of 

Charles F. Blakely Co. 

Painting and Decorating 


Beltone Hearing Aids 

8 School Street, Brockton 
Karl 1. Hawkins, Dist. 

Telephone Ju 6-3760 





Arlettes 


Compliments 






1153 No. Main St. 


of 


Wo 3-6727 Randolph 


Compliments of 


J. E. LYNCH & SON 


Woodlawn Gulf Station 


INS. AGENCY 


328 North Main Street 




Randolph, Mass. 


Compliments of 




Rays Oil Service 


Ralph W. Cartwrighf, Jr. 


Oil Burners Fuel Service 




558 So. Main St. 


Representative to the 
General Court 


Compliment of 


Randolph Sunoco 






Holbrook-Milton-Rondolph 


1150 No. Main St. 




Wo 3-9886 




Congratulations to the 




SENIORS 


Ruth Frawley 


"Bob" Jope 




Oil and Burner Service 




A & R Cleaners 
and Launderefl-e 


Congratulations to the 
Class *of 1962 


217 No. Main St. Wo-3-9820 
Free Pick-up & Delivery 


North Randolph Cleaners 


Donor of Your Driving 


Compliments of 


Training Car 




Curham Chevrolet Inc. 


A. P. Whitaker & Sons 


397 No. Main Street 


536 North Main Street 


Randolph, Mass Wo-3-2040 


Randolph Wo-3-4639 



Murray's 5c to $5.00 
Dept. Store 

75 No. Main St. 
Randolph, Massachusetts 

Telephone Wo-3-5130 


Stewie's 
Oil Service Jenny Station 

Gasoline — Fuel — Oil — Range Oil 

633 & 641 No. Main Street 


Real Estate Insuronce 

Norfolk Homes 

Wo-3-1000 Wo-3-6262 


Best Wishes to the Class 
of 1962 

Arthur L. Doody & Son 

247 So. Main St., Randolph 


Curran Hardware & Supply 

67 No. Main St. 
Wo-3-9832-9815 


Gannon's Hardware Store 

60 No. Moin St., Randolph 


Watch for the Six Lanterns 

Edgar B. Cole 

233 So. Moin St. Wo-3-3990 
Store Hours 9-9 Saturday 9-6 


Penthouse Beauty Salon 

105 North Main Street 
Randolph Wo-3-2130 


Congratulations to the 
Class of 1962 

Toabe Hardware 


Wearables 

Miss Lloyd's and Lloyd' 


Good Luck to all Graduates! 

Saunders & Shannon, Inc. 

Realtors 

Randolph, Massachusetts 


Best Wishes Class of 1962 

Richard's Beauty Salon 


Good Luck Class of 1962 

Ralph C. Wilde Ins. Agency 

"Complete Insurance Protection" 

458 No. Main St., Randolph 


Best Wishes Class 
of '62 

Randolph Theater 

Warren Johnson — Manager 



We Take Pleasure In Serving The 
Students Of Randolph High School 

McCarthy bros. 


Best of Wishes 
Class of "62" 

WRIGHT BROTHERS 


"Best of Luck to the Class of 
1 962" 

Brewster Canvas Products 


Compliments of 

Salvy's Barber Shop 


O'Connor's Jenny Service 

5 No. Main St., Randolph 

"Good Luck Class of 1962" 

Mike and Fred 


Compliments of 

Tony Giannini's 
Barber Shop 


Compliments 
of 

Howard Coleman 


Best Wishes 

Arnold Marcus, C. L. U. 


HAWKINS BROS. 

Dodge-Dodge Dart-Lance 

Modern Body and 

Fender Repairing 

Complete Car Service All Makes 

All Work done on Budget Plan 

Wo 3-3100 


Compliments 
of 

F. DIAUTO & SON 
LUMBER AND FUEL, INC. 



"P 



Bonway Tops, Inc. 

Seat Covers — Convertible Tops 

Boat Tops — Cushions 

Canvos Covers 

1213 No. Main St. Wo-3-9681 


Congratulations 
to the Class of 1962 

Charles A. Powers & Sons 

Randolph's Oldest Insurance Agency 


Compliments of 

Mary Brewster 

Hair Stylist 

Memorial Drive, Randolph 


Randolph Fabrics 

81 No. Main St. 
Randolph, Moss. 


Compliments of 

Randolph Credit Union 

Where Savings are Insured 


Compliments of 

Woodlawn Real Estate 

379 No. Moin St. 
Woodlawn 3-4070 


Compliments of 

Roland's Amoco Service Station 

North Randolph, Moss. 


Compliments of 

Joseph Marotts Co. 

Real Estate BIders & Sales 


Congratulations Seniors of '62 

Avon Homes Inc. 

517 No. Main St. 
Randolph Wo-3-2591 


Salamone's Shoes 

"The Oldest Store for Shoes 
or Shoe Repair in Town" 

WO-3-6353 


Compliments of 

Bennett's Service Station 


Compliments of 

The Woodlawn Card 
and Record Shop 

Best in cards and music 


Compliments of 

Roland's AMOCO Station 

North Randolph, Mass. 


Compliments 
of 

Fred's Barber Shop 



Best of Luck to the 
Class of "62" from 

BREWSTER 
CONSTRUCTION CO. 



Randolph Mass. 



Compliments of 




No. Main St., Route 28 



Congratulations and 

Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1962 

RANDOLPH PACKAGE 
STORE 

42 No. Main "In the Square" 



Best Wishes to the 

Class of 1962 

from 

THE MULLIGAN'S 
INC. 

Realtors of Randolph 

and the 

RANDOLPH INS. 
AGENCY, INC. 

both located 

Next door to 

Fernandes Super Market 



DAVID 
HOUSEWARES STORE 



HAROLD'S SHOE STORE 

Cancellations of Ladies' 
Better Shoes for Less Money 

1187 No. Main St. 
No. Randolph, Mass. 

Wo-3-9877 
Open Fri. Evenings til nine. 



Compliments 
of 

THE CARIIP'S 



BEST OF LUCK 

TO 

THE CLASS OF "62" 

from 



RANDOLPH 

FIREFIGHTERS RELIEF 

ASSOCIATION 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to 

THE CLASS OF "62" 

from 

past president of 

class of 1945 



CHARLES A. BREWSTER 



Builder Realtor 



215 Menio St., Brockton 




Best Wishes 
Seniors 

RANDOLPH 

CO-OPERATIVE 

BANK 



Compliments 
of 

STIVALETTA 
CORPORATION 



Compliments 
of 



CHASE & SONS, INC. 



19 Highland Ave., Randolph 



DALEY COi\STRlCTIOi\ CO., li\C. 



Robert L. Daley 
1 Alden Street 



President 



Randolph, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 



H. A. HILLS & SOXS 



SCHOLASTIC JEWELERS, IIC. 



Official Jeweler 



Randolph High School 



Boston's Largest Manufacturing Jewelers 



Class Rings 
Class Pins 



5174 Washington Street 
Boston 32, Massachusetts 



FAirview 3-4300 




Dance Favors 


# Fraternity 


College Rings 


• Jewelry 



It is a pleasure to serve the stu- 
dents, graduates and the faculty of Ran- 
dolph High School. 

THE RANDOLPH 
SAVINGS BANK 
Established 1851 

Offices: North Main Street 
15 Pleasant St., Stoughton 





"One of the Best High School 



Memories' 



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^»'*^>s?^,siffi^?ir'fj'=- 










FLYNN BROS. SUNOCO 

Paul W. Flynn, Manager 



289 So. Main St. 



Wo-3-9849 



Randolph 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

PHILIP'S MEN'S 

AND 

BOYS SHOP 



41 No. Main St. 



Wo 3-6362 



We wish the graduating Class 
of 1962 a most successful future 

JACOB PERLMAN 
& SONS, INC. 

Commercial Printers 

791 Tremont Street, Boston 
COpley 7-6956 



ORACLE 


BOOSTERS 


Gail 


Claire 


Ginni 


Janet 


Bonnie 


Stan 


Donna 


Loreen 


Jo Anne 


Maureen 


Katrine 


Janet 


Donna 


Carol 


Ellen 


Betty 


Olga 


Marie 


Carol 






Nancy 


Carol 




Susan 


Marie 


Kathy 


Danette 


Cheryl 


Lorene 



M.B.CLAFF & SONS, INC 




506 No. Worren Avenue 



Brockton, Moss. 



PARENTS 



Mr. and Mrs. William A Strickland 

Mrs. John Denise 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stephens 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Traverse 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tower 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifton G. Rideout 

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Swortz 

Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Toffoloni 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilbur 

Mr. and Mrs. Stokes 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Silverman 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Zopustas 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Stone 

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Theberge 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Silver 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schwartz 

Mrs. Agnes Valente 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Sieve 

Mr. and Mrs. Chorles Walsh 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Holbrook, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Fucile 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Faring 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wallace 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Needre 

Mr. and Mrs. John Michael 

Mr. Thomas A. Hines 

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Kilroy 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Rintone 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Hudson 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Haley, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. Kelly 

Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Godes 

Mrs. Bertha Gallant 

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer W. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. James N. Gracie 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jacobsen 

Mr. and Mrs. John Landrey 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Kroli Jr. 

Rev. and Mrs. Walter K. Lyon 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Kelley 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Skenn 

Mr. and Mrs. William Vienberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Mohan 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wrigley 

Mr. and Mrs. Everett G. Schoner 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Finkelstein 

Mr. and Mrs Fred Hubble 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tordiff 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Jalkut 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Dolan 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Cohen 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Chunis 

Mrs. Russell W. Baxter 

Mrs. Marie Bridges 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cicchini 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cederholm 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Boynton 

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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Gray 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Heger 

Mr. and Mrs. Horry B. Knights Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Joyes 

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Mr. William F. Keenan 


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Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Riddle 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 


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Mullaney J^r. 


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Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lynch 


Mr. and Mrs. Gerald O'Connell 


Mr. and Mrs. R. E. MacLoed 


Mr. and Mrs. Roy 


Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Poelman 


Nudziolkawski 


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Mrs. Frank Diauto Sr. 


Mrs. Edward Wren 


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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Simmons 


Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Diauto 


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Phil Corlino '60 


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Brad Nelson '61 


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Roberta Hawkins '60 


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Roy Krauss '60 


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Janice Cohen 


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